Rapid Tooling & Injection Molding Services

Compared with 3D printing and vacuum casting, injection molding can provide high-volume production at a very competitive price. It only takes the first time to bear the cost of the mold, and each subsequent production is very low price. And according to the needs of customers to customize the color, usually in the mold for 25 days, production only takes 3 days, the first delivery period is longer, the subsequent delivery will be very fast.

After receiving the CAD drawings of the customer, we will carry out the design of the mold, and the simulation test of the DFM and the mold flow for the manufacturability design, as well as the reflection of the follow-up mold, and will give the customer a report every moment.

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Advantages of Injection Molding

1: There is a similar place with 3D printing. Injection molding can make some very complicated products.

2: The cost is very low, suitable for high-volume manufacturing production. And the surface of the mold is very smooth and does not need to be processed again.

3: Different mold materials have different life spans. If you need this product to be very high, you can make molds from stainless steel materials.

4: Generally, if you want plastic to be harder, you can add some glass fiber to increase the hardness of the product.

5: Delivery time is very fast – rapid prototype injection molding.

Applications For Injection Molding

Speaker Frame

Medical devices

Electronic components

Food containers

daily supplies

Automotive components

cosmetics industry

Food containers

How Much You Know Rapid Tooling & Injection Molding?

Rapid tooling or prototype tooling is a form of rapid prototyping that involves creating a mold instead of a part. Once the mold has been created with the rapid tooling process, it can be utilized as part of a molding process to create multiple copies of a part.

The rapid tooling process involves the use of aluminum or soft steel, a stocked mold base and hand-load inserts. It is suitable when traditional tooling is either prohibitively expensive or not necessary for the part or volume required. It is therefore a perfect way to minimize the cost when a small batch is required for market testing and when large volumes will not be required in future.

Different prototyping processes can be used to create the mold. While AIXI often leverages its experience in CNC machining to create molds, it is also possible to create them using additive processes like 3D printing.

Injection molding is a manufacturing process in which molten material is injected into a mold. It is used to create large volumes of parts in a wide range of industries, from medicine to aerospace to consumer products.

During the injection molding process the material is heated and mixed in a barrel, in which a reciprocating screw melts the material and feeds it into a split mold. The material is then injected at high pressure into a mold cavity, where it cools and solidifies into the appropriate shape.

Injection molding is highly efficient when used in tandem with rapid tooling, allowing parts to be created in a short space of time at a low cost.

Headphone PA12 plastic bracket injections molding

For this headphone bracket , we make them by 3d printing still now 2019 years , because there’s more and more demand now , so we must to do by injections , this is good idea to reduce this cost . but these have some questions during deisgn Tool.

Questions : 1 because this UNDERCUT problem , we cant take out of this mold , so we need to change this angle to the outside .

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2 for this fit parts , also must use this undercut , so for this all assembly . this is no change . then we must talk with our team again .

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