Address: Lot VIII-1, Honai Industrial Zone, Trangbom District, Dongnai Province, 810000 Vietnam.
The custom plastic injection molding process begins with creating the mold to fit the shape of the component to be produced.
Once the mold is created, it is placed into a plastic injection molding machine, which varies in tonnage based on the size of the component.
From there, the AVS, HDPE or PVS pellets are melted down and injected into the cavity in the mold at a high pressure.
Finally, the plastic component is set out to cool. Once it’s fully cooled, a technician starts the burring process to ensure no unneeded material is attached to the component.
This is one of our larger plastic injection molding machines. The plastic pellets are poured into the funnel on top of the machine, on the right side of the photo. The pellets are melted in the section of the machine below the funnel. The column to the left is where the material is forced into the mold to produce garbage bins, which can be seen at the bottom of the photo.
Technicians remove the garbage bins after cooling them down in one of our 1,550-tonnage machines.
These are three of our smaller machines that have 100-200 tonnage capacity. Technicians on the bottom left sand down burrs from bicycle helmet visors.
A technician sands down plastic burrs from a completed component. This process does not require heavy tooling and can be done by hand.
Our plastic injection molding process is controlled by CNC machining. The information from a design file is entered into the machine and the process is fully automated. A technician removes a component after it has cooled down.
Here is another angle of one of our smaller machines. A technician conducts the burring process on a set of completed components.