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What Is Injection Molding?

Injection molding is the most cost-effective way to make a plastic part at scale. The injection molding process involves injecting molten plastic into a mold tool, then ejecting the solidified part. This process quickly repeats hundreds or thousands of times, amortizing the cost of the mold tool and driving down the cost of each unit to a few dollars or less. Since the injection molding process uses the same mold tool for each part, it offers consistent quality across every part. Injection molding also has the highest variety of materials, colors, cosmetics, polishes, and surface textures when compared to CNC machining or even 3D printing.

ZONZE custom plastic mold service is a service providing on-demand prototype and production molding.  We offer expert consultation on each injection mold quote and project managers on every order to move your parts from design to production. Our team has experience in every industry, especially medical injection molding and liquid silicone rubber molding.

Injection Molding Services

Injection molding is the method of injecting hot melted resin material into a mold cavity under high pressure, and then cooling and curing it to obtain injection molded products.

Two-Color Injection Molding Services

Two-color injection molding is a molding process in which two different materials are injected into the same set of molds so that the molded part is formed from two materials.

Nano Injection Molding Services

Nanomolding technology is a process that combines metals and plastics with nanotechnology.

Custom Plastic Injection Molding Materials

Rigid Plastic Materials

ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)
ASA (acrylonitrile styrene acrylate)
CA (cellulose acetate)
PA 6 (polyamide 6, nylon 6)
PC-ABS (polycarbonate-acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)
PE (polyethylene)
PEEK (polyether ether ketone)
PVC (polyvinyl chloride (Shore D)

Elastomer And Rubber Molded Materials

EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer rubber (Viton))
PVC (polyvinyl chloride (Shore A))
TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane (Shore A))
TPV (thermoplastics elastomer, vulcanized rubber (Santoprene))
PEBA (polyether block amide)

Custom Injection Mold Finishes

Standard Finish
SPI Finishes
MoldTech Finishes (Mold Texturing)
Pad Printing

How We Manage Your Injection Molding Project​​​​​​​

Injection Molding FAQs

 What industries use injection molding?
Injection molding is used across a wide range of industries including aerospace, medical devices, consumer goods, energy, electronics, automotive, robotics, toys, and more.
 What ISO certifications do you have?
We are ISO 9001 and ISO 16949 certified.
 What is the process after ordering?
After receiving the order, the statement of work is reviewed by one of our manufacturing engineers. A comprehensive DFM/PEG report is created and provided for approval. Upon approval, tooling and mold production is commenced. T1 samples are produced and shipped for approval. Upon approval, the remaining parts are made.
 Who owns the injection mold?
Customers retain ownership of all customized tools they develop, however, any reusable proprietary components developed by ZONZE become the property of ZONZE. All customized tools will be retained at the factory for a minimum of two years unless otherwise agreed. If a tool is inactive after two years, the customer will be contacted to make further arrangements. The tooling can be moved to any desired location upon request at the requestor's expense.
 What is the available capacity/timeline for reorders?
In general, we have the RFQ ready within 24 hours. It takes two days to set up the mold and order and process the materials, and one day for packing and sending the order out to be shipped. The volume of your parts will determine the number of days required for manufacturing.

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