New from Essentra Components (Ireland) Knowledge Centre: ‘How does the injection moulding process work?
02 December 2019
Plastic components are frequently just a simple everyday object, but often it is important to know how they are made in order to make informed choices about design, production and supply, so now Essentra Components (Ireland) offers a new Knowledge Centre Guide with accompanying video to help.
The guide explains that injection moulding is most commonly used by manufacturers to create plastic components. A complex process, it has the ability to mass produce small and detailed components at a consistently high-quality.
Used by manufacturers across the world
This is the main reason the process is used by manufacturers across the world, including Essentra Components.
The animation shows the whole process of creating a plastic component through injection moulding. From taking and melting the raw plastic, to moulding it into its form and processing it ready for final use.
Other related guides include:
• How does injection moulding work?
• How injection moulding data can lead to higher quality parts
• How to avoid common injection moulding issues
The new guide and video can be viewed at www.essentracomponents.com/en-gb/news/videos/how-does-the-injection-moulding-process-work.
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