Plastic Injection Molding at HLH
Plastic Injection Molding Service
At HLH, we are proud of the high quality plastic molding services that we offer: including, custom plastic injection molding and mold tool making. Plastic injection molding is the most common way to manufacture all types of plastic parts and is particularly effective for large orders. HLH offers custom moldings all the way from small orders of 50 parts to large orders of over 100,000, in addition to a wide range of other manufacturing services. We believe in sustainable long-term relationships with businesses across the world, so contact our friendly team of experts to discuss how we can find the right solution for your next injection molding project.
What Is Plastic Injection Molding?
Plastic injection molding is a process by which we melt down small plastic pellets into a liquid form; this liquid is then compressed into the empty cavity of the mold tool. Once this process is finished, the now solidified plastic part will retain the shape of the mold as well as its surface texture. This process is then repeated again and again until the order has been fulfilled; delivering durable well shaped and colored plastic parts time after time. The molding cycle can last between a few seconds, to a couple of minutes depending on the materials used, size, shape, and complexity of the design. At HLH we combine state of the art equipment with a wide range of experts, to provide outstanding plastic injection molding services: contact our friendly team to see what we can bring to your manufacturing process.
Advantages of Plastic Injection Molding
HLH offer thousands of different varieties of plastic for you to choose from, ensuring that you get the right design, color, quality and texture for your plastic product. So whether you need your plastic product to be hard wearing and durable, or aesthetically pleasing, we have the right injection molding solution for you.
Plastic injection molding is also the ideal way to manufacture large quantities of plastic parts: providing a cost effective solution that guarantees the correct quality. For smaller quantities it may or may not be right for your business, so, contact HLH today and we will talk you through the pros and cons of the various options available to you: such as 3D printing, vacuum casting and many, many more.
Finally Injection molding allows you to incorporate several different types of plastic in one piece, allowing you to combine various qualities and manufacture the right part for your business. For instance it is perfect for sturdy lightweight parts that are resistant to corrosion, to name but one example.Â At HLH we are determined to find the right solution for you, so contact our team to see how we can help take your manufacturing process to the next level.
Mold Tool Production
HLHâ€™s state of the art equipment is also great for making mold tools that can be used in low-volume manufacturing. Our friendly team of experts will talk you through all the various options, ensuring that you get the right tool for your low-volume manufacturing job.
Aluminum tools are the quickest, easiest and cheapest to make, making them perfect for low-manufacturing volumes. However, the drawback of this is that they are often not as durable when dealing with larger quantities or tougher materials. Thus at HLH we recommend them to smaller companies or companies that want to make a limited run of a certain product. Contact us to see whether Aluminum tooling is the right solution for your manufacturing needs.
Steel tools are more durable than aluminum ones, but they do take slightly longer to produce. They are ideal for big manufacturing orders or when manufacturing tougher more abrasive or corrosive plastics. At HLH, we generally recommend using steel tools for orders of over 100,000 parts; however, this advice can alter depending on your project: so contact our friendly team of experts for more information on how we can help you specifically.
Fully hardened steel tools are by far and away the most durable and can be used for production volumes that run into the millions. At HLH we have many different service options designed to make sure that you get the right parts at the right time. So contact our friendly team today for a bespoke service, which it tailored to fit your needs.
HLH offers a wide variety of Â polymers for you manufacturing needs including thermoforming plastics, thermosets, and elastomers. Our expert team will ensure that everything is molded to your exact specifications, ensuring that we produce the highest possible quality of finished parts. Thermoforming plastics tend to be softer and more flexible, which means they can be easily recycled. This also makes them perfect for a wide range of different projects. Whereas thermosetting plastics are generally more rigid and durable, this means that they are more expensive and more difficult to recycle. Whichever material you decide to use, our friendly team of experts is ready to help you through the process: so contact HLH today and give yourself the competitive edge that you need.
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