Custom injection molded parts can now be ordered using 3D Usher's online quoting tool. 3D Usher supports a variety of manufacturing processes that support both low volume(less than 2000) and high volume production of plastic parts. Our Engineers based out in US, Canada and India can help in producing parts using a variety of custom injection molding services.
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Very high Impact resistance material with good Temperature, Creep resistance, and Dimensional stability.
Common Applications are Automotive (consoles, panels, trim, vents), boxes, gauges, housings, inhalers, toys.
Strong low/medium cost material with excellent Creep and Fatigue resistance.
Common Applications are Bearings, cams, gears, handles, plumbing components, rollers, rotors, slide guides, valves.
Low-density material with excellent Fatigue life and Low coefficient of friction.
Common Applications are Automotive (bumpers, covers, trim), bottles, caps, crates, handles, housings.
A transparent high-cost material with good Temperature resistance, Dimensional stability, and Toughness.
Common Applications are Automotive (panels, lenses, consoles), bottles, containers, housings, light covers, reflectors, safety helmets, and shields.
A Lightweight, Tough, and Flexible low-cost material with excellent chemical resistance.
Common Applications are Kitchenware, housings, covers, and containers.
Tough and Stiff low-cost material with excellent chemical resistance and a natural waxy appearance.
Common Applications are Chair seats, housings, covers, and containers.
Flexible material with high impact resistance.
Common Application is in Food packaging.
Opaque/White medium/high-cost material with high Strength, Fatigue, and Chemical resistance and low Creep and Friction resistance.
Common Applications are Handles, levers, small housings, zip ties.
Tough and Flexible low-cost material with Flame resistance.
Common Applications are Electrical insulation, housewares, medical tubing, shoe soles, toys.
Tough and Flexible low-cost material with Flame resistance and low cost.
Common Applications are Outdoor applications (drains, fittings & gutters).
A naturally transparent material with high stiffness, and good surface gloss finish.
Common Applications are Cosmetics packaging, pens.
Naturally translucent low-cost material with high Impact strength, Rigidity, and Toughness.
Common Applications are Electronic housings, food containers, toys.
A strong Thermally stable material with good Chemical and Abrasion resistance.
Common Applications are Aircraft components, electrical connectors, pump impellers, seals.
Tough and Rigid material with good Impact resistance and excellent Processability and Appearance.
Common Applications are Electrical/electronic applications, home appliance parts.
Strong and stiff material with good Electrical properties and excellent Chemical resistance and Dimensional stability.
Common Applications are Bearings, covers, fuel system components, guides, switches, and shields.
Tough and Flexible high-cost material.
Common Applications are Bushings, electrical components, seals, washers.
Rubber-like material with low-temperature toughness.
Common Applications are Footwear, gloves.
Soft Rubber-like material with high Tensile and Compression strength.
Commonly used for furnitures.
Mechanically stiff material with elevated Temperature resistance.
Common Applications are Screws, bolts, Machine parts.
Few of common applications for which our customers have been using Injection Molding manufacturing process
Different kind of toys, parts of musical instruments and speaker casings
Storage containers, bottles, combs, kitchenware, etc
Enclosures for custom embedded system devices.
How is Injection Molding Done?
Injection molding is an intricate and complicated process. In reality, the injection molding machine has three main parts: the injection unit, the mold, and the clamp. Plastic pellets are fed into the barrel through the hopper. Inside the barrel, stress implied by a screw pushes the pellets forward. Heater bands are wrapped around the barrel. Due to the movement and heating of these bands, gradually, the pellets are melted. Read More
How Fast Is Injection Molding?
The process of injection molding depends primarily upon the injection speed. To make the process faster, we need to set the injection speed according to the nature of the material. When a material is molded, there is shrinkage in its molded component. The shrinkage in the dimension of the material component depends upon the filling time of the material. This is called the injection speed. Read More
What are the Environmental Risks Present in Injection Molding?
Plastics have turned out to be an essential part of our everyday life. It has affected all corners of life, whether household, agriculture, healthcare, machinery, or industrial. Thus, it is widespread. This is one of the reasons also why can’t we negate its side effects or risks. Read More
Why is Injection Molding Suitable for Mass Production?
Plastics are widely used in our everyday life. We can see a large variety of plastic products around us. The thing to ponder upon is what gives these plastics a shape and mold them into our dreams' products. Without shape, they might have no use to us. There comes the process of injection molding for the manufacturing of plastic products in mass. Since the process is automated and robotic, there is great ease in plastic shapes' mass production. Read More
Why is Injection Molding Expensive?
Injection molding is a widely used process to make plastic products. Since the type of plastic used may vary in physical and chemical properties, a large range of thermoplastics is utilized in this business. The process can be used to make plastic products for household, and large and small business comprises. Accordingly, a product is 3D Designed for manufacturing. Read More
Cheap Plastic Injection Molding
Injection molding is a widely used process to make plastic products. Since the type of 3d printed plastic injection mold may vary in its design and pattern, many large plastic injection molding companies use these thermoplastics for their business. The process can be used to make plastic products for household as well as large and small business comprises. Accordingly, a design is planned to manufacture such a product. Read More
Can Plastic Injection Molds Use Thermoplastics?
Thermoplastics are widely used as a raw material in the injection molding process. Let's have a look at the types of thermoplastics used in the injection molding process along with their applications. Read More
ABS Plastic Injection Molding
Thermoplastics are the most common plastic-type widely used in the plastic injection molding industry. Thermoplastics have a wide range of characteristics that very much suit the needs of plastic injection molding. Among the characteristics, including flexibility, physical strength, and design, the ABS 3D printed plastic injection mold has been recognized as one of the best thermoplastic products within the plastic injection molding industry. Read More
What is HDPE Plastic Injection Molding?
HDPE plastic injection molding stands for high-density polyethylene. HDPE can be pigmented, unpigmented, translucent, colored etc.HDPE has a natural resistance to the solvents, making it a go-to plastic-type for industrial chemicals, cleaning agents, floor cleaners, detergents, and freezing bleaches. It is also used extensively for container pack supplies. Read More
Can PET be Injection Molded?
Polyethylene is not a hygroscopic material because it does not absorb moisture. However, if drying is ever needed, it is recommended to dry the material in a hopper dryer. PET's common name is polyester, the recycling symbol is PET, and the scientific name is polyethylene terephthalate. The type which is commonly present is a thermoplastic polymer. The temperature at which PET melts is 260 degrees Celsius. Read More