The plastic injection moulding process produces custom prototypes and end-use production parts. We use aluminium moulds that offer cost-efficient tooling and accelerated manufacturing cycles, and have access to more than 100 different thermoplastic resins.

How It Works

The thermoplastic injection moulding process  is a standard process. Resin pellets are loaded into a barrel where they will eventually be melted, compressed, and injected into the mould’s runner system. Hot resin is shot into the mould cavity through the gates and the part is moulded. Ejector pins facilitate removal of the part from the mould where it falls into a loading bin. When the run is complete, parts (or the initial sample run) are boxed and shipped shortly thereafter.

Reccomended Wall Thicknesses


ABS: 1.143mm - 3.556mm

Acetal: 0.762mm - 3.048mm

Acrylic: 0.635mm - 12.7mm

Liquid Crystal Polymer: 0.762mm - 3.048mm

Long-Fiber Reinforced Plastics: 1.905m - 25.4mm

Nylon: 0.762mm - 2.921mm

Polycarbonate: 1.016mm - 3.81mm

Polyester: 0.635mm - 3.175mm

Polyethylene: 0.762mm - 5.08mm

Polyphenylene Sulfide:0.508mm - 4.572mm

Polypropylene: 0.635mm - 3.81mm

Polystynene: 0.889mm - 3.81mm

Polyurethane: 2.032mm - 19.05mm