Plastic Injection Moulding OEM and ODM Process

Plastic Injection moulding is the perfect process for any manufacturer looking to create unique bathroom hardware. With our expertise and state-of-the-art equipment, we can provide the best plastic injection moulding process in the world.

We provide five types of plastic injection moulding:

Plastic Injection moulding types

We provide five types of plastic injection moulding:

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Polypropylene (PP)

Cheap, high-quality, and durable, PP is a popular choice among customers. One of the most popular thermoplastics globally, our PP is highly mouldable and can be used to create a variety of products.

Polycarbonate (PC)

A popular choice for industry applications, PC is perfect if you require a mould for transparent, tough material. PC is used to create low-maintenance and durable products.

Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)

ABS is another common thermoplastic popular for projects requiring low temperature. A relatively inexpensive polymer, ABS is perfect if you need low-temperature moulds.

AS Transparent

A popular choice for moulds with high detail requirements. AS transparent is the perfect mould since it allows users to determine whether all crevices are filled with moulding material.

Polyoxymethylene (POM)

An industry thermoplastic, POM, is perfect for materials that need to be very stiff. POM moulds have high stability and low friction.

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The Plastic Injection moulding process

We have created an 8-part plastic injection moulding process to ensure customer satisfaction.

The Plastic Injection moulding process

We have created an 8-part plastic injection moulding process to ensure customer satisfaction.

1. Design

Creation of a simple design based on client description and requirements. A miniature 3D printed sample is created to display the look and design of the products.

2. Confirmation

Client feedback is collected, and the product's design is recreated accordingly. The project does not move to the next stage until the client confirms the design.

3. Sampling

A sample of the product is created. In-house equipment is used to create a real-life, working sample. Multiple materials or equipment may be ordered based on project guidelines.

4. Moulding

The mould is the closest approximate created using injection moulding to ensure all details and features of the product are clear.

8. Shipment

Final shipment is completed when the order quantity is reached.

7. Assembly

Individual parts of the product are assembled. Each shipment item is tested to ensure it is in working condition.

6. Electroplating

Electroplating is used to create the final look and feature of the material. Electroplating ensures the quality of the material is maintained.

5. Processing

The mould is used to create multiple copies of the product. The initial batch contains a low number. Once the initial batches are created, they are processed according to the finish and qualities required.

5. Processing

The mould is used to create multiple copies of the product. The initial batch contains a low number. Once the initial batches are created, they are processed according to the finish and qualities required.

6. Electroplating

Electroplating is used to create the final look and feature of the material. Electroplating ensures the quality of the material is maintained.

7. Assembly

Individual parts of the product are assembled. Each shipment item is tested to ensure it is in working condition.

8. Shipment

Final shipment is completed when the order quantity is reached.