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INJECTION MOULDING

Injection moulding is a process of forming an article by forcing molten plastic material under pressure into a mould where it is cooled, solidified and subsequently released by opening the two halves of the mould.

Injection moulding is used for the formation of intricate plastic parts with excellent dimensional accuracy. A large number of items associated with our daily life are produced by way of

injection moulding.

Typical product categories include housewares, toys,

automotive

parts,

furniture, rigid packaging items, appliances and medical disposable syringes.

Advantages of Injection Moulding

  • Accuracy in weight of articles

  • Choice of desired surface finish and colours

  • Choice of ultimate strength of articles

  • Faster production and lower rejection rates

  • Faster start-up and shut down procedures

  • Minimum wastage

  • Stability of processing parameters

  • Versatality in processing different raw materials

  • Option in article sizes by changing the mould.

  • Minimum post moulding operations

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