Servicio de moldeo por inyección
JAMINDO is one of the leading injection molding companies in today. We are a full-service provider for all your injection molding needs. We specialize in high-quality and cost-effective solutions for your plastic injection molding needs.
Our Injection Molding Processes
Injection Molding is one of the most popular plastic processes for making a wide variety of products. We offer injection molding services for all types of plastic parts, from simple to complex designs. Our professional team can provide you with high-quality and affordable injection molding services at competitive prices.
Moldeo por inyección de plásticos
JAMINDO specializes in the manufacturing of custom plastic parts for our clients. Our experienced engineers can design and produce your injection molding parts using top-of-the-line equipment, injection molding machine, and materials.
Overmolding is a process where two separate pieces of plastic are molded together with a thin layer of adhesive between them. The result is an aesthetically pleasing part that provides added protection to the original piece. This process is used on many consumer products like phone cases, handles, and more.
Insert molding is a variation of traditional overmolding in which inserts are placed inside the part before it is molded rather than being added afterward like in traditional over-molding methods. The inserts themselves often consist of metal or other materials that add strength
Metal Injection Molding
Metal Injection Molding (MIM) is a manufacturing process that combines traditional injection molding with metal powder. This technology has many advantages, including low tooling costs, short time to market and the ability to produce complex geometries.
Liquid Silicone Rubber Molding
Liquid Silicone Rubber is a thermoset rubber-like material that can be cured at room temperature by mixing it with an initiator. It is used for making molds for metal casting and for making parts for medical applications (e.g., artificial joints).
Thin-wall Injection Moulding
Thin-wall injection molding is an innovative process that allows molders to create thin walls in plastic parts without using expensive high-pressure tooling equipment or multiple cavities.
Benefits of Injection Moulding
Injection molding is a process that mixes raw material with a heated polymer resin and then injects the mixture into a mold, where it cools and hardens into a solid shape. This process creates durable parts with intricate shapes that cannot be produced by other means, such as casting or machining.
- Velocidad – The average cycle time for an injection molding machine is less than 10 seconds and can be as short as 2 seconds.
- Coste – Injection molding has a lower cost per part because of its high speed, which reduces labor costs and allows for greater use of automation.
- Quality – Because injection molds are made of steel and must be very precise in order to function properly, they tend to have high precision tolerances.
Nuestro proceso de pedido
Step 1: Upload your designs
We accept files in all common CAD formats: STEP, IGES, STL, Solidworks and others.
Step 2: Get a quote
Once we have your designs ready, we will send you an estimated price quote with in 24 hours.
Step 3: Review samples
After confirming the price quote with us, you may order sample parts to check the quality before placing mass production orders with us.
Step 4: Kickoff production parts
Once you’re satisfied with the samples, we’ll place an order for production parts and get them made. Then we’ll ship them to you!
Why People Trusted JAMINDO Plastic Injection Molding?
- Our focus on customer satisfaction – We know that our customers are always looking for high quality products at an affordable price. That’s why we make sure that all of our products meet their expectations
- Our expertise in manufacturing – We have been in this industry for more than 20 years, so we know exactly what it takes to produce high quality finished products from start to finish. We can deliver your order on time without compromising on quality or performance
- Our expert technicians and engineers – Our team members are highly skilled in their respective fields, which enables us to provide excellent services for every customer that work with us.
Injection Moulding Options and Capabilities
Our team of engineers can assist you with product design and development, as well as troubleshooting any issues that may arise during production. Our staff is comprised of highly skilled individuals who will work closely with you throughout the entire process from concept to completion.
Injection Molds Materials
Thermoplastics: Thermoplastics are the most commonly used injection molding materials because they can be easily melted and reformed after each use. Thermoplastics can be used in a wide range of applications, including automotive parts, consumer goods, medical devices, toys, and many other products.
Thermosets: Thermosets are another type of injection molding material used for plastic parts. These materials are typically more expensive than thermoplastics because they cannot be re-melted once cured. However, thermosets are extremely durable and often used in high-stress applications such as structural components in cars and aircraft.
Injection Molds Finishes
We offer a wide range of standard and custom injection molding finishes. The following is a list of our most popular finishes, but if you don’t see what you’re looking for please let us know and we will be happy to assist you.
Standard Injection Molding Finishes:
– Glossy Finish
– Matte Finish
– Satin Finish
– Anodized Finishes
– Powder Coating Finishes
Applications of Injection Molding
The main advantage of injection molding is that it is able to create complex shapes with great consistency in a very short period of time. Injection molding is a manufacturing process that uses a machine called an injection molding machine to shape plastics, rubbers and other materials into different shapes. The machines are used to produce many products, including toys, medical devices and automotive parts.
Injection molding is a manufacturing process where material is forced into a mold cavity and allowed to cure under pressure. The material can be any thermoplastic, thermoset or elastomer. Injection molding is used in the plastics industry to produce millions of parts per year.
Jamindo is an injection molds design and manufacturing company with expertise in the creation of both high-volume and low-volume plastic injection tools. We offer full service design and manufacturing for our clients in order to meet their needs for rapid prototyping, short runs, and full production parts.
Jamindo offers complete design services from concept through production tooling. We pride ourselves on our ability to deliver accurate, cost effective results on time, every time. Our team has decades of combined experience designing and manufacturing plastic injection molds for all types of industries including medical devices, consumer products, automotive components, aerospace, defense equipment and more! Our designers work with you throughout the entire process so that your product meets your specifications while staying within budget constraints.
Injection molding has several advantages over other processes. It produces parts with high quality, high consistency and low cost per piece. It also allows for large-scale production runs.
That depends on the complexity of your part, but don’t worry, we’ll give you an estimate before we start any work on your project.
Absolutely! Our sales team would be happy to arrange for a sample kit to be sent to you so that you can check out our quality for yourself before placing an order with us.
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