Injection Molded Part Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of injection molded parts manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top injection molded parts manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any injection molded parts company can design, engineer, and manufacture injection molded parts to meet your company's specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach injection molded parts companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for overmolding, prototype injection molding, or rapid injection molding services.

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  • The History of Injection Molded Plastic

    An injection mold is a mold that typically contains two sides. The two sides of the mold seal together but retain a small hole on one side of the mold. The molded material is then injected into the mold via the small hole. When the mold material hardens, the mold is opened and the molded piece inside is removed. Injection molding is often used with plastics, and has a variety of other uses for other materials as well. The history of injection molding is surprisingly long, and began long before...

  • Who to Thank for the Airbag

    Earlier this year my baby sister was in a car accident that would have been fatal if it were not for the fact that she had her seat belt on and that her airbag worked properly. Since then I have been incredibly thankful for the automotive industry for creating protective measure parts and installing them in all vehicles for the protection of those within them, even though I have heard stories in the past that made me wonder if airbags were a good idea. What amazes me now is how...

  • Injection Molded Plastics Expanding Globally

    A new market report by the Transparency Market Research group has shown that the demand for injection molding plastic processes and products is higher than ever and will continue to grow into the future. In 2010, the number of injection molded plastic products manufactured in the world was about 79,079.5 kilo tons. The market research group expects the number of injection molded plastic parts to be manufactured in the year 2018 to reach around 116,171.4 kilo tons. This indicates a growth rate of about 5 percent each year from 2010...

  • Michigan On-Demand Manufacturer Aims to Double Production Capacity

    Xcentric Mold & Engineering has received an investment from The Riverside Company, a global private equity investment firm focused on high growth businesses in a variety of sectors. Xcentric provides custom injection molding, rapid prototyping and CNC machining services for clients across numerous industries including medical devices, aerospace, automotive, consumer products and electronics. Xcentric’s proprietary software, systems and processes allow it to manufacture both the mold tooling and injection molded parts much more rapidly and cost effectively than traditional injection molders. The company states that it can produce and...

  • Diversified Plastics Sends Molded Parts to Jupiter

    Deep experience in molding polyetheretherketone (PEEK) components for medical device applications allowed Diversified Plastics (Minneapolis, MN) to hitch a ride to Jupiter via some plastic parts. Three components made by the company are on board the solar-powered Juno spacecraft, which entered Jupiter’s orbit on July 4 after an almost five-year journey. The parts produced by Diversified Plastics are used in the Jovian Auroral Distribution Experiment (JADE) instrument, which Juno is carrying. The sensor is used to measure electrons and ions that produce Jupiter’s strong aurora. Proficient in producing high-precision, small-quantity...

  • Case Study: ICOMold Helps the Smart Reacher Reach Its Potential

    It’s been said that necessity is the mother of invention. From the perspective of Douglas “Skip” Perry, he saw the need so he got right to work creating the Smart Reacher. Initially, Skip and his wife would struggle opening and closing the plantation-style wooden shutters that were installed high up in their living room’s vaulted ceiling. If they wanted to let more light in or close the shutters completely, moving the louvers into a different position would be cumbersome since the shutters were so high along the wall. He asked...

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Injection Molded Parts

Injection molded parts are simply parts that are made from the injection molding process. The injection molding process yields a number of different products that are utilized in a variety of applications. Injection molded parts can be any of the following: packaging, bottle caps, automotive parts, automotive components, wire spools, combs, musical instruments, chairs, tables, containers, mechanical parts, gears, and many other plastic parts. In fact, just about any plastic part you can think of can be made from the injection molding process, making injection molded parts very diverse and versatile.

The injection molding process is a relatively simple concept, a material is heated and then injected into a mold, once the material fills the mold it is cooled and the material hardens in the shape of the mold. The mold is designed based on the final product which means that once the mold is removed, the material is in the final shape. Once the plastic shape has been removed from the mold it just needs to go through a few final finishing processes before it is complete. Injection molded parts are only as good as their molds, this is why prototyping is commonplace when dealing with injection molded parts. Prototypes allow for the customer to see their final product before the manufacturer mass produces them. This provides the customer with the ability to redesign their mold if weaknesses or problems are seen in the prototype. Prototype injection molding helps customers receive a high quality products best fit for their applications.

As we stated before injection molded parts can be found in virtually every industries, this is why it is important to understand your application and all of the requirements that go along with it. Your application and design specifications heavily influence the type of material that is used, the design of the mold, and the overall process that is implemented to create your injection molded part. This is why it is important to work with a trusted and experienced injection molded parts manufacturer that can provide you with technical knowledge and expert service. This ensures that you will receive a final product that fits your applications and meets your specifications. Knowing your application is the first step to receiving an injection molded part that exceeds your expectations.

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