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Prototype Plastic Injection Molding

Aside from plastic injection molding, we also offer a variety of prototype injection molding services. This type of injection mold is commonly used for projects that require quick production. Our low-pressure injection molding and vacuum form tooling can provide a 2-week lead time. Our aluminum injection molds can also be used for 2-5 weeks.
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Prototype Plastic Injection Molding


Aside from plastic injection molding, we also offer a variety of prototype injection molding services. This type of injection mold is commonly used for projects that require quick production. Our low-pressure injection molding and vacuum form tooling can provide a 2-week lead time. Our aluminum injection molds can also be used for 2-5 weeks.


We also offer various types of rapid prototyping, such as SLA (system specific laser sintering), which allows us to produce parts that can withstand harsh environments. SLA stereolithography is a process that is commonly utilized for the design and development of functional parts.Depending on your project, we will work with you to determine the molding type that makes the most sense for your unique application.


Why Use Prototype Injection Molding?

If you are planning on creating a new tool, then developing a prototype is a must. This step can help you get started early and avoid getting stuck with a finished product that doesn't meet expectations.

● Prototyping feedback is helpful in addressing issues that arise during the production process. There are also engineers who can help you identify potential problems.

● You can also create multiple variants of the same prototypes by comparing the various advantages and drawbacks of each version.

● You can test the various components of a product to make sure they meet the requirements of the task. You also have the opportunity to market the product to your customers.


Clearly, there are a lot of reasons why you should invest in the prototype injection molding process.


The Prototyping Injection Molding Process

After the material has been placed into the mold, it will be subjected to various conditions to create a tight fit. Then, the resin is fed into the machine. It is mixed with any other coloring that is required. The resin is then heated and melted. Finally, the material will be transferred to a mold cavity where it will cool over time. After the part has been cooled, it can be removed from the cavity. You can then test its prototype to see if it works well or needs to be improved.


Other Types of Injection Molding

Aside from our prototype injection molding, TEAM MFG also offers other types such as mold customization. If you're interested in more details, please contact us.

● Plastic Injection Molds can create high-quality plastic parts for various industries. Some of these include medical equipment, cars, aerospace, and defense.

● Production injection molding is a process that can be used for a variety of applications. It can be used for quick production of products.

● If you are looking for an experienced team that can help develop a new product, then look no further than Engineering and Design Services. We are always looking to expand our services to meet the needs of our customers. If you are in need of a custom job, give us a call.


TEAM MFG for Prototyping Injection Molding

There are a lot of things that you can do with Prototype Injection Molding, but you also need to make sure that your team has experience in this area. TEAM MFG is a leading provider of injection molded products. We have years of experience in this field and are able to help you achieve your goals. With our flexible approach, we can customize our solutions to meet your exact needs. This allows us to provide you with the most effective and efficient service possible.If you would like to learn more about how our injection molding options, please contact us today. We look forward to meeting you.



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