FAQs About Injection Molding Services

Injection molding services. Our advanced facility utilizes nine Nissei injection molding machines that are operated by skilled professionals. We are equipped to produce industry-leading parts for a variety of applications and for orders of all sizes. Below, you can read the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.

  1. Are injection molds expensive?

We craft durable steel molds to produce your plastic parts. Once you purchase yours, you will get many years of use out of it. Pricing varies according to the details of each project. That said, we offer competitive pricing to our customers. Our sales representatives will be happy to quote you a price based on your specifications.

  1. What should I look for in an injection molder?

In the United States, there are a great many companies that offer injection molding. Ask the companies you are requesting pricing from about their certifications and quality assurance protocols. You’ll want to choose the company whose capabilities can meet and exceed your order request, whose staff holds the necessary professional qualifications, and whose process incorporates frequent routine quality checks.

  1. Which injection molding process should I choose?

Injection molding can be done one of three ways – hydraulic, electric, or hybrid. All three have their advantages and disadvantages. The one you choose will be based on the specifics of the parts you need for your project. In general, though, any of these methods will produce quality parts while minimizing production costs.

  1. What type of resin do I need for my plastic parts?

With so many types of resin to choose from, it can be difficult to decide which one will work best for your part. Considerations such as the part’s application will be critical in narrowing down the resin that offers the best performance at the right price. When in doubt, the specialists at Decatur Molding are available to consult with you about the best product for your parts. Please call if you require any additional information about our injection molding services.