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A Typical Injection Molding Process

In spite of the relatively expensive tooling cost, molding remains the most popular manufacturing process for plastic materials in mass production, thanks to its low operational cost, high throughput, and the flexibility to make parts with complex shapes.

INJECTION MOLDING EQUIPMENT

65 Ton HPM Model HST2-65 2.5 oz.
100 Ton HPM Model HST2-100 3.0 oz.
175 Ton HPM Model HST2-175 4.0 oz.
70 Ton - VE70 Negri-Bossi Canbel Series 2.5 oz.
220 Ton - VJ220-850SE Hydroelectric Janus Series Negri Bossi 16 oz.
370 Ton – VE370-2300 Negri Bossi Canbel Series 37 oz.

COMPRESSION MOLDING EQUIPMENT


150 Ton Wabash V-150H-2418-CX
200 Ton Lauffer Transfer Compression Press VSK0200
200 Ton Lauffer Transfer Compression Press VSK0200
200 Ton Wabash DA200-3636-2TMX

BIPEL PREFORMERS


35 AND 70 TON CAPACITY

STOKES PREFORMERS
150 TON CAPACITY

Injection Molding is considered one of the most common ways to produce plastic molded parts.  This molding process utilizes compounds (Polymers) that are classified as Thermoplastic resins. The process usually begins by taking the polymers in the form of pellets or granules and heating them to the molten state. The melt is then injected/forced into a chamber formed by a split-die mold. The melt remains in the mold and is typically chilled down to solidify forming the part. The mold is then opened and the part is ejected.

Injection / Compression Molding