Plastic Injection Molding Process Overview, Step by Step THE PLASTIC INJECTION MOLDING PROCESS The stages of the plastic injection molding process are considered when analyzing parts design, tool creation and efficient production of molded plastic parts & products. This article glosses over some details and covers the basics.
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Custom plastic injection molds are used in injection molding processes using an injection molding machine such as the Engel 40 Ton Tiebarless Injection Molder (shown below). These are generally used to produce plastic parts using a core and a cavity, runners & gates. Plastic Injection Molding is a manufacturing process for making plastic parts in large volume. It is generally used in mass-production processes where the same part is being created thousands or millions of times in in a cycle.