manufacturing plastic products In DAYTON, OH
If you’re looking for a company with extensive knowledge and experience in creating plastic parts through injection molding, you’re right where you need to be.
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We, at Plastic Injection Molding Dayton are creating the best plastic part for you in the end.
Plastic injection molding is the most common method for mass manufacturing plastic products and is most often used when the same part is being created thousands of times in large quantities. Plastic Injection Molding Dayton is a manufacturing company with a diverse production capability. If you’re looking for a company with extensive knowledge and experience in creating plastic parts, you’re right where you need to be. No company’s needs are too simple or too complex for Plastic Injection Molding Dayton.
searching for plastic molding company in Montgomery County, Ohio? look no further. our team in dayton, oh is experienced in this area.
Nearly every plastic part that exists around us was manufactured using plastic molding. If your company is looking for plastic molding in the Montgomery County, Ohio area we’re masters of injection molds and part design. Our team in Dayton, OH uses various plastic and resin materials to meet whatever needs your company has, creating the best plastic part for you in the end.
PLASTIC INJECTION MOLDING SERVICES in dayton, ohio
Functional design of injection molds and parts is vital for making the injection molding process efficient and streamlined.
One of the most important parts of the molding process is assessing which materials are best suited for the job at hand.
Good design of injection molds and parts is vital for making our process not only possible, but efficient and streamlined. The perfect design is incredibly important in making certain your plastic part is ejected cleanly with no scratches or overhang and that it is as cost effective and works as smartly as possible. It’s necessary to design and construct parts with the end use in mind. Our team in Dayton, OH considers the ways in which parts may be made lighter, costs may be reduced and products may get to market quicker through eliminating unnecessary production steps. Plastic Injection Molding Dayton will help you to keep cost in mind and work within your means all while creating the best possible product in the end.
The molding process involves design, testing and tooling requirements. When producing parts at high volumes, it’s important to get the design correct the first time, which can be a very involved process. First, Plastic Injection Molding Dayton will design and then prototype the part to specification. The prototype is often produced through 3D printing and using a material that may not end up being the final material used in mass production.
We will then design an injection mold tool for an initial production round. The development of an injection mold tool is required to generate some hundred injection molded prototypes. Our team will then refine the injection mold tool before mass-producing the final plastic molded part.
We offer many types of plastic injection molds, including overmolding, a process where a single part is created using two or more different materials in combination and insert molding, a process where plastic is injected into a mold with a pre-placed plastic insert. Our team also specializes in family molds, a mold where more than one cavity is cut into the mold to allow for multiple parts made of the same material to be formed in one cycle. We create injection mold prototypes as well for functional testing.
One of the most important parts of the process is assessing which materials are best suited for the job at hand. The material chosen will affect not only mold operation but part performance as well. Plastic Injection Molding Dayton utilizes plastic materials like polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE), polyamide (Nylon), acrylic, polycarbonate, polyoxymethylene (POM), polystyrene (PS), acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) and thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) and thermoplastic rubber (TPR). There are many plastics available and we’ll help you choose the best one for the part at hand. The material’s strength, durability and flexibility must be considered for the job the part needs to perform. Our team will also take color and cost into consideration.