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Injection Molding Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial injection molding companies and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source injection molding companies with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These injection molding companies can design, engineer and provide injection molding for your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these injection molding companies and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of large injection molding, custom injection molding, foam injection molding.

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GSH Industries is a leading OEM and industrial supplier of custom made plastic extrusions, tubing, and plastic profiles in Northern Ohio. Over 60 highly experienced employees having a combined experience of 100 years in the industry. We manufacture injection moldings and more that serve a wide range of industries with innovative customized solutions. Visit our website today for more information.
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ICOMold has a reputation for manufacturing low-cost, high-quality custom plastic injection molding for customers around the world. We provide prototype and low-volume injection molding, export molding, and production molding with a lifetime warranty. Get a fast online quote for your next injection molding project.
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Injection molding is what we do, and we do it well. For nearly 30 years, we have continued to offer nothing but the best in injection plastic molding. We believe in offering the best to customers, including technology, equipment, service, and prices. Find out more by visiting us online or giving us a call today!
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With our state-of-the-art facility, advanced mold making system, and proprietary process engines, we are your source for injection molded products. Regardless of your injection molding needs, we can mold it and get it to you faster than any other injection molding company, and we guarantee unparalleled quality and the very best prices. With most products shipping within 15 days, we have the best and fastest solutions in the industry. Give us a call or visit our website for more information!
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We have a manufacturing history dating back to 1963 and our innovated processes have greatly improved over the years. These high performance products are long lasting and we aim to greatly improve the quality of all of our injected molded products. Our moldings are extensively tested to ensure the best products for our customers. Visit our website for more information.
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At Diversified Plastics, Inc. we have been delivering precision injection molded parts since our inception in 1977. We produce products for a variety of applications. Using our state-of-the-art machinery, we possess the capability to mold complex and tight tolerance custom molded parts. As a part of an ESOP (employee stock ownership plan), all our employees are committed to the success of the services we provide. This pride leads to innovative solutions and high quality products.
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We manufacture a variety of injection molded plastics for industries around the world. We use the latest technology, most innovative systems, and digital manufacturing to ensure that we create products that you can rely on. We make it our goal to build the best plastic products that you can depend on even in today`s challenging world. Find out more by contacting us today!
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Injection Molding

Injection molding is the most common method used by plastic suppliers, encompassing 32% of all plastics processing applications. Injection molders fabricate parts with a range of complexities, from simple shapes to close tolerance precision parts. From medical equipment, computer and automotive parts to office supplies, toys and tools, injection molded parts are found in almost every sector of industrial and consumer industries.

A few common examples of injection molding include catheters, contact lens containers, monitors, mop buckets, video game cartridges and screwdriver handles. Injection molding is primarily done with thermoplastics; however, a small amount of thermosets, biodegradable plastics and elastomers are also subjected to this process. There are many advantages to the injection molded process. Some of these advantages include high production rates and little need to finish parts after the molding is complete. In addition, the cost per part is very low despite the high cost of tooling. Since injection molding can be used to produce very complex parts, injection molding is often used to produce parts that no other process can do. Other advantages of the injection molding process include the efficient use of materials and energy, precision-formed parts and a negligible amount of waste produced.

The most common type of injection molding machine are hydraulic oil machines, which use the force of hydraulic fluids to move the mold through the machine. Next in popularity is the toggle injection molding machine. Toggle machines use mechanical links to advance the mold in the machine. In addition, hybrid hydraulic/toggle machines are beginning to emerge in the injection molded plastics industry. Hybrid machines are used to eliminate some of the problems of other injection c molding machines, such as slow processing rates of parts and rapid wear and tear of machines. No matter the machine, the injection molding process remains the same, beginning with heating the barrel section of the machine. Next, plastic pellets or granules are fed into a hopper where a screw pushes them to the heated barrel. In the barrel, the pellets or granules are heated to the melting point. The molten plastic material is then injected into the cavity of a split die chamber/mold, which is then clamped shut. The plastic resin cools as water or other fluids circulate through the cooling system of the mold, extracting the heat. The injection molded part is held in the mold under high pressure until the part solidifies. The plastic part is finally ejected from the plastic injection mold, and the process begins again.

Injection Molding Companies
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Injection Molding Companies - Britech Injection Molded Plastics
Injection Molding Companies - Britech Injection Molded Plastics
Injection Molding Companies - Montrose Molders, Inc.
Injection Molding Companies
Injection Molding Companies
Injection Molding Companies
Injection Molding Companies - Montrose Molders, Inc.
Injection Molding Companies - Montrose Molders, Inc.
Injection Molding Companies - Montrose Molders, Inc.






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