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Beska is a complete injection molding service supplier to meet the needs of clients worldwide.

After receiving the 3D files from you, our engineering team will take on the rest. We can assist your unique project from mold designing, materials selection, injection molding, and quality control to packaging. You can send the specification to us and we will create the molding parts according to your requirements.

 

 

Beska’s Injection Molding Capabilities

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Rapid Injection Molding-Low-volume Manufacturing Service
Most thermoplastic materials are suitable for injection molding including ABS, PC, Nylon, and HDPE. If you want to make plastic parts with high volume, injection molding would be an ideal choice.
Thermoplasting Overmolding
Overmolding combines two or more two kinds of plastic to produce the molded parts. The common applications of over molding are car trims, cookware, and surgical devices. 
Custom Injection Molding
Being a variant of injection molding, insert molding is somewhat different from it. It combines plastic and metal materials to create the insert-molding parts.

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4 Advantages of Injection Molding

  • Cost-effective. If you want to make high-volume plastic components, injection molding will be a good choice. Its process consists of mold designing, mold making, and injection molding. That’s why the bigger the quantity, the cheaper the price.
  • Efficiency. By injection molding, we can produce high-volume plastic components within a day.
  • High repeatability. It involves rapid tooling. It ensures the repeatability of the molding parts. Many companies apply injection molding to make end-use products.
  • Multiple options. Most thermoplastics are suitable for injection molding. 

 

On-demand Injection Molding

At Beska, we manufacture the injection molding components on demand. With 15+ sets of molding machines and 10 sets of EDM, we are fully capable of delivering high-performance molding parts to you with a fast turnaround.

Alongside that, there are also more than 60+ material options and various surface finishes for you, you can choose any one of them to finish your molding project. If you are looking for a on-demand molding manufacturer, the Beska is always willing to assist you anytime.

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Surface Finishes Options

Silk Screening for Rapid Injection Molding Parts-Economical
It is often used to print the colored and specified patterns on the molding plastic parts.
Pad Printing for Rapid Injection Molding-Customization
Pad printing is also an ideal choice to improve the appearance of the injection molding parts.
High-quality Manufacturing
It is a surface finish that is often applied for metal parts but seldom used on molding plastic parts.
The Plastic Injection Molding Process at Beska

As for high-volume plastic parts processing, injection molding is one of the top-list choice for product development companies. In various fields, we can see the use of injection-molded plastic parts. For example, toys and car widgets. So what is the specific injection molding process?

Injection molding is different from machining and printing. CNC machining is a subtractive process; 3D printing belongs to additive manufacturing. Injection molding involves making a mold and then injecting the thermoplastic material into it to form plastic components.

Preparation stage: Before injection molding, we need to design and make molds first. It’s a vital step to produce high-precision molding components. After confirming the order, the engineers will begin designing the molds according to the 3D&2D files. The next step is mold making. We will combine CNC machining and EDM(electrical discharge machining) to create custom molds.

In general, injection molding process iconsists of 4 steps: melting the plastics, injecting the melt material into the mold, cooling the parts, and ejecting the mold. 

After that, the automatic robotic arms will take the finished parts out and put them on the conveyor belt.

Melting: The place where we put the material is called a hopper. After placing granular thermoplastic material in it, the material is heated and melted.

Injection: Molten liquid material is forced slowly into the mold cavity from channels through the gate and a network of smaller channels called runners, which require highly on accuracy.

Cooling: After the materials are injected into the mold, the parts are formed and cooled immediately.

Ejection: After the above steps completed, the ejector pin on the mold can directly open the mold and take the plastic part from the mold out.

Injection Molding Process

 
How Long Does It Take to Finish an Injection Molding Project?

It depends on the project. Compared to machining, it needs a longer time to create molding parts. Injection molding involves mold design and fabrication. Besides, injection molding is often used for mass production. You can find out the actual time required by contacting us.

What Are the 4 Basic Steps to Injection Molding?

The process of injection molding can be divided into 4 steps: melting, injection, cooling, and ejection.

How Many Times Can An Injection Mold Be Used?

The lifespan of the injection mold relies on the material and maintenance of the mold.

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