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Our Injection Molding Processes

Injection molding is widely used in mass production as it is fast and cost-effective. Here in Turnkey, we will offer various injection molding solutions for you in different industries.

Mold Manufacture
Mold Manufacture

Mold manufacturing is the process of making molds for production by CNC machining, EDM, and other processes according to drawings.

Plastic Injection Molding
Plastic Injection Molding

It is a process of heating & melting thermoplastic or thermosetting material, then injected into a mold cavity to solidify & form.

Liquid Silicone Rubber Molding
Liquid Silicone Rubber Molding

A & B liquid silicone rubber raw materials will be injected into the mold cavity after fully mixing, then heated and rapidly vulcanized in the hot mold cavity.

Insert Molding
Insert Molding

Insert molding is a combined two-part injection molding process where one material is overlaid on a metal insert, then form them to be one part.

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Why Choose Turnkey for Custom Injection Molding?

Intelligent Manufacturing Service

Lower risk & cost. DFM report will help you optimize design if necessary

Save communication time & cost. No need to find other partners for different processes

One-stop service. We can support “Design-> Manufacture->Assembly” one-stop delivery

Clear update. You will know every step of your project with detailed photos. No need to worry

Ensured quality. Every project will follow our strict quality control system

Traditional Manufacturing Service

High risk & cost. Without a DFM report in the early stage, problems may occur during the manufacturing

Long communication time & cost. Have to talk with several suppliers for different processes

Single service. May pay extra cost for assembly after collecting the parts from suppliers

Unclear update. You are the last one to know if any delays and have no idea about the delivery schedule

Unstable quality. No clear quality control process and may have problems if any information was not shared

Turnkey's Capability for Injection Molding

Mold injection is complex, and we need to set many parameters to ensure the quality of the parts.

Max part size​

1500*800*600mm

Min part size

1*1*1mm 

Max tooling size

3000*1500*1500mm

Min tooling size

80*80*300mm

Min part tolerance

±0.01mm

Standard part surface

SPI-C3

Mold life

Production tooling about 500000 shots


Rapid tooling about 5,000-10,000 shots

Lead time

For toolings, the production tooling is machined in 2-3 weeks, and the rapid tooling is machined in 7-10 days.

For parts, as low as 2 weeks for T1 samples. After T1 sample approval, lead time for < 10,000 parts is as low as 1 week.

T1 samples

5-10 sets (pieces) of samples are supplied in each mold trial.

Max press size

2400T

Min press size

100 parts

Mold storage

Stored for 2 years of inactivity

How to Lower Costs During the Development Cycle?

To lower the cost and long lead time for production molds, we integrate prototype molds into the development process.  
You can validate designs and choose the right material before mass production in an affordable way.


Prototype Injection Molding

On-Demand Manufacturing

Application

1. Iterate on materials and designs, and evaluate cost and manufacturability.

2. Lower manufacturing risk.

3. Improve product development speed and shorten time to market.

1.For finalized product design
2.The focus is to improve quality and reduce costs

Cost for manufacturing molds

Cost effective

Expensive

Mold production time

7-10 days

2-3 week

Mold material

Steel or aluminium

Steel

Lifespan

5000-10000 shots

500000 shots

Let's Talk About Your Project

Optional Materials for Parts

We have more than 100 kinds of thermoplastic and thermoset materials to choose from.

AAS, ABS, ABS/PC, EPDM, ETFE, HDPE, LCP, LDPE, LLDPE, PA, PA6, PA66, PAA6, PBI, PBT, PC, PDAP, PE, PEBA, PEEK, PEI, PET, PETP, PI, PMMA, POM, PP, PPC, PPE, PPS, PPVC, PS, PSU, PTFE, PVB, PVC, PVCC, PVDC, PVDF, TPE, TPU, UHMWPE.

Standard silicone (30, 40, 50, 60, and 70 durometers), Medical-grade silicone, Optical-grade silicone, Fluorosilicone (fuel and oil resistant)

Optional Surfaces for Mold

Glossy

Semi-Glossy

Matte

Textured

SPI-A0

SPI-B0

SPI-C1

MT (Moldtech)

SPI-A1

SPI-B1

SPI-C2

YS (Yick Sang)

SPI-A2

SPI-B2

SPI-C3

VDI (Verein Deutscher Ingenieure)

SPI-A3

SPI-B3

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Before Painting After Painting

Secondary Operations

We have more options for the parts if you have any special requirements for the appearance.

How Does Injection Molding Work?

  • The melt resin material will be injected into the mold, and after shaping and cooling, the product will be knocked out
  • The speed of the knocking-out process shall depend on the product structure and material
  • The distance of knocking out should be 1-2cm longer than the vertical thickness of the product. After knocking out, the ejector will go back and the whole process will repeat many times for more pieces

We Strictly Follow International Quality Standards

  • ISO9001:2015
  • ISO14001:2015
  • Customized Fixture
  • Material Certificate
  • RoHS/SGS Report

Clients' Feedback

I found Turnkey during COVID and my former suppliers failed to support my project and I had to pay a penalty due to the delay. I met Turnkey and they were prompt in actions with professional support. Turnkey cleared all the questions on my project ahead.
- Buyer
We were told by many suppliers our design was too complex and not able to make molds. My friend shared Turnkey with us and Lucky gave us 3 plans the next day. We already got the samples and ready to mass production.

customer feedback-injection molding
- Product Engineer
Turnkey has many teams and I can give them all my projects, also helped me save a ton of assembly costs. Now, most of my projects are released to Turnkey. They are scary sick!


customer feedback-injection molding
- Mechanical Engineer

FAQ About Injection Molding

It sometimes happened that T1 samples can not meet your requirement. In Turnkey, we can support T2 and even T3 if the samples are not available for you. During every process, 5~10 samples will be sent and your team can fully test if the mold is acceptable.

Export molds are available here in Turnkey. If you prefer to have molding parts in your factory, we can make the molds for you and arrange the shipment accordingly.

There are many factors that influence the cost of injection molding parts, for example, the material, the structure of your design, quantity, mold material, mold texture, and so on. If you want to control your project budget, we will offer you the solution accordingly.

Normally we will keep the molds for two years free of charge once confirmed. However, we fully understand that some projects have longer service time, in this case, please contact us for a longer storage period.

If the design does not change too much and the previous mold can be used, we will fix the mold as per your updated design. If the design changes too much and we can not use the previous mold, our team will quote you a new price based on your updated design.

Basically, it will depend on the quantity, quality, and further plans for your project. If only plan for small batches, in this case, prototype molding will be a good choice, as it is fast and more cost-effective than production molding. However, if the project shall have a long service life and possibly for years, production molding should be chosen to lower the total cost and time.

 

We are able to offer glossy(SPI-A0, SPI-A1, SPI-A2 & SPI-A3), semi-glossy(SPI-B0, SPI-B1, SPI-B2 & SPI-B3), matte(SPI-C1, SPI-C2 & SPI-C3) and textured(MT, YS & VDI) finish for molds. If you are not sure about the standard, you can send us a sample picture for reference. Then, our team will quote you a similar finish for your mold.

Yes, Turnkey is able to offer SPI-A1 without any problem. Moreover, if you want some secondary options, for example, nickle plating and chrome plating for better appearance.

There are two types of resins to choose from: amorphous (plastic cutlery and electronic components) and semi-crystalline (bottles, packaging, pipes, and medical implants). Each type of resin is available in affordable, moderate, and high-performance solutions. When selecting a plastic resin, you should begin by choosing the family of materials that will give you most of the properties you want. The right resin guarantees optimum product performance, so please contact us to get more information from us and determine the ideal choice for your project.

The actual model represents the most significant expense in the entire production process. Individuals should consider working with precision molds made from high-quality steel because they last for years. Please kindly note that many factors contribute to the cost of a mold in a custom plastic injection mold project. Send all your files to us and we will quote you the exact price.

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