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Plastic Mold for Injection Molding

​If you're planning on creating a high-volume project for injection molding, then you should first consider the various factors involved.
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How to Make A Plastic Mold for Injection Molding


If you're planning on creating a high-volume project for injection molding, then you should first consider the various factors involved.


● How the part is made

● Tooling budget

● Parts quantity

● Size of parts

● Material used



Determining your Parts Quantity

For a project that involves multiple parts, you should plan for a minimum of 100,000 parts. This figure should be considered as the minimum quantity required by most custom manufacturers. Consider your product plans and how you will make use of the parts in your design to determine whether this is a realistic number for your project.



Plastic Mold Budge Evaluation

Your budget for tooling is an important factor to consider when planning for a high-volume project. The complexity of your project's design will also affect the cost of production. Having a list of all the expenses associated with it will help you budget properly. It may also determine whether you can use injection molding for your custom plastic products.



Part Production and Size Considerations

Not all parts can be made through injection molding. Before they're approved for use, the manufacturers should first study the design and make changes to make it fit better. Generally, the smaller the part, the better. Doing so will allow the designer to take advantage of the process's advantages while avoiding making the parts too big.



Choosing the Right Material

The material used for the part should also be considered. Usually, the material should have specific requirements for a given design. Your manufacturer can help you select the right material for your part's intended use.



Contact TEAM MFG

TEAM MFG can help you develop a part design and provide an estimate for its production. Once the project is complete, your mold will be used in the injection molding process. You can learn more about our services and capabilities at www.team-mfg.com .


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