3 Common Questions About Injection Molded Parts

Posted by Dave Harman on May 30, 2017 10:00:00 AM

How selecting the right design specs, resin and molding process can answer themInjection Molded Parts
Injection molding is a highly-engineered process, and demand for it only continues to grow as more manufacturers replace traditional materials like wood, steel and fiberglass with thermoplastic resins that are lighter in weight but just as durable. Applications and uses for injection molded parts are numerous and expanding, with increased use in the medical, automotive, industrial, housewares, electronics industries, to name a few.

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Topics: Injection Molding, resin

An Injection Molding Checklist Gets All Involved On the Same Page

Posted by Dave Harman on May 23, 2017 10:52:32 AM

We get it: some people are just not “list” people. But when it comes to a successful injection molding project, getting down to as much detail as possible is the best way to ensure a project’s success.

Applications and uses for injection molded parts are numerous Resin injection moldingand growing, with increased demand from the medical, automotive, industrial, housewares, electronics and many more industries. As such, more product designers, engineers and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) are inquiring about switching some parts or entire products to injection molded plastics.

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Topics: Injection Molding, resin

Don’t Fall into These Three Traps When Selecting Molding Resin

Posted by Dave Harman on May 17, 2017 4:36:26 PM

Resin selection can be a tricky business. On top of balancing cost, performance, function and moldability to figure outResin Selection Tips the right resin for the job, it’s necessary to think how the part will be cleaned and if it will touch food or be used in a sterile medical environment. It’s easy to get overwhelmed and fall into a few traps. We’re here to share our experience to help you to avoid them.

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Topics: Injection Molding, resin

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