Cost Effective and High Quality Injection Molding Parts

Injection Molding Services

RapidDirect is your reliable partner for plastic molding services in China. Our custom injection molding manufacturing abilities include machines with clamping forces from 28 to 1,000 tons as well as high speed, allowing us to produce nearly any plastic part including micro parts, thin-walled parts down to 0.3mm, and large components up to 1 meter. We have worked with many types of resins, from typical commodity grade plastics, to engineering, functional, and structural grade.

Injection Molding Services

Advantages of Injection Molding

Injection molded parts are detailed and precise

Highly automated production process

Cost and time efficiency for high volumes

Broad range of material options

Smooth surface finish suitable for end-use parts

Minimal material waste as scrap can be recycled

Advantages of Injection Molding
Injection Molding Processes

Injection Molding Processes

Thermoplastic Injection Molding:
Whether you need short-run production, fast molded prototypes or something else, our injection molding services can be used for a range of plastic products.

Mold Making:
Rapidly transform 3D models into high-quality molds for injection molding. We offer a range of mold-making processes suitable for prototyping and large production runs.

We can create high-quality, multi-material parts by injecting a thermoplastic elastomer or silicone rubber material directly onto a rigid plastic substrate.

Insert Molding:
We can create additional molded sections for preformed metal parts by loading the parts into a mold.


Surface Finishes

Surface Finishes Diamond Buff Polish
A grade finishes are made using a diamond buffing process and yield shiny and glossy surfaces.
Diamond Buff Polish
>Surface Finishes Paper Polish
B grade finishes use grit sandpaper to produce parts with a slightly rougher finish than grade A parts. Products that undergo B grade finishing have a matte surface texture.
Paper Polish
Surface Finishes Stone Polish
C grade finishes use grit sanding stones to produce a rough, uneven surface. Products that undergo C grade finishing have a matte surface texture.
Stone Polish
Dry Blast Polish
D grade finishes use grit and dry glass beads or oxide to produce a very rough textured finish. Depending on the type of material used, products can have a satin or dull finish.
Dry Blast Polish


Rapid Prototyping

Rapid Prototyping

Injection Molding is perfect for rapid prototyping, especially when you have to validate and test a concept part. Rapid proto typing comes with an additional tooling charge which is an ind ustry wide standard and our team will work closely with your t eam to determine the best process for the product you need to make.

End-Use Production

End-Use Production

Injection molding is most broadly used for end-use production, as it is capable of producing high-quality parts and products at a mass scale. At RapidDirect, we leverage state-of-the-art injection molding technology to produce components that are du rable, end-use ready and meet all of our customers’ specific r equirements.

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