Platic Injection Molding

Quality Mold Shop offers experienced operators overseeing manufacturing regularly utilized for prototyping and fabrication of parts. Quality Mold Shop offers a wide assortment of materials, utilizing best in class equipment and diligently follows all design specifications. We continually strive to improve and optimize our processes and maximize customer convenience. Our clients run from medical equipment manufacturers, automotive manufacturers, aftermarket automotive parts manufacturers, to appliance manufacturers. We are centered around quality and customer service.

Experienced operator oversight of manufacturing utilizes the knowledge and experience of our top quality tool makers to continue to ensure the superior quality of your parts. At Quality Mold Shop, we want to help creators and manufacturers improve products.

How Plastic Injection Molding Functions

Plastic injection molding produces parts by forcing molten plastic into a plastic injection mold where it cools and hardens. Granular plastic is fed by gravity from a hopper into a heated barrel. As the granules are moved forward by a screw-type plunger, the plastic is forced into a heating chamber, where it is melted. As the plunger advances further, the melted plastic is forced into the mold cavity. The mold remains relatively cold so the plastic solidifies almost as soon as the mold is filled. Custom tooling is required and adds to the initial cost but is quickly amortized.

Platic Injection Molding Process

Our Plastic Injection Molding Process


Once a 3D CAD model is transferred, you can determine material, amount, finish, general desire of the part in a notes area, and basically, impart however much data about that part as could reasonably be expected at the time of upload. From that point, you can call with inquiries concerning our procedure and how it identifies with your part geometry and make any adjustments that are required.

When you’re happy with your concept and choose to confirm your part data, it moves to our plastic injection mold designers, where they build up your 3D CAD in its negative picture to digitally outline two parts of the mold, or the A-Side and B-Side. The plastic injection mold designers make the shutoffs and the separating line — which are custom to your geometry — and format the gate(s) and ejector pins. The mold plan is sent back to you for definite endorsement, and when prepared, our toolmakers start to process your mold.

Part Generation

Resin pellets — from either our loaded supply or provided by a client — are stacked into a barrel where they are melted, compacted, and infused into the mold’s runner framework. Hot resin is shot into the mold through the gates, the part is molded, and ejector pins encourage expulsion of the part from the mold and into a stacking receptacle. Thermoplastic injection-molding is a standard procedure including a steel plastic injection mold with warming or cooling lines going through it, which implies process duration is time sensitive. It permits our molders to screen fill pressure, cosmetic concerns and the basic quality of the parts, so they are ready to ship upon finishing. When the run is complete, parts (or the initial sample run) are boxed and shipped shortly thereafter.

Plastic Injection Mold Creation

Our designers toolpath the digital mold outline to our CNC machines driving the cutting tools where to travel on the X, Y and Z planes, so the machine can quickly process both sides of the plastic injection mold. Any pick outs, cams or extra mold highlights that should be fitted are also made now. The plastic injection mold moves into assemble where a mold builder is assigned to assemble and test the mold.

Advantages of Plastic Injection Molding

Plastic injection molding gives low cost at moderate to large amounts. This strategy for making plastic parts is an extremely versatile process for producing a wide range of parts with an excellent finish. Any 2D or 3D shape can be accomplished. However draft is required as a rule, as the shape must permit launch from the mold.

Types of Parts made by Plastic Injection Molding

Parts made by molding include: Medical Equipment and Parts, Auto Parts, Appliance Parts, Electronics Parts and Accessories, Gears, Enclosures, Brackets, Robot Parts, Washers, Front Panels, Motorcycle Parts, Toy Parts, Knobs, Pulleys, bundling, apparatus parts, control device segments, electric fence parts, valves, and more.

Plastic Injection Molding Materials

The accompanying materials are a portion of the ones ordinarily molded: Nylon, Acetal, Polycarbonate, Polystyrene, Acrylic, PTFE, ABS, PVC.