A more complex than either compression or transfer molding, injection molding involves forcing molten material into a hot mold cavity with a ram or screw-type plunger. A key difference is the mold halves are clamped before the material is injected. This method of molding can be used to produce very small parts to automobile body panels.
Injection Molding Advantages
- Accommodates high-output production
- Multiple materials can be used at the same time
- Leaves little post-production scrap
- Can be automated
Send us a drawing, and we’ll custom mold silicone, Neoprene, EPDM, Fluoroelastomer, SBR, Nitrile, Fluorosilicone, Natural Rubber Viton® and thermoplastic vulcanizates to your exact configuration.