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6 Common Injection Molding Defects and How to Avoid Them

Plastic Injection Molding

What Is Injection Molding?

The most common process used in manufacturing plastic components is injection molding. This manufacturing process uses specialized machines that melt, inject, and shape thermoplastic into specific shapes. As with any manufacturing process, it’s prone to unique molding defects or low-quality products if not properly managed. Here you’ll learn more about injection molding, six common injection molding defects, and how to avoid them.

Injection Molding Key Considerations

Any successful injection molding project must take multiple factors at once into consideration.

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The Benefits of Quality Control In Manufacturing

Plastic Injection Molding

Intro to Quality Control in Manufacturing

Quality control is a critical component of a quality management system that involves making sure all quality requirements are fulfilled. It consists of measuring and inspecting products to ensure they meet the required specifications at the point of production. Quality control standards are typically dictated by quality assurance approaches such as ISO 9001. These approaches outline certain protocols for the production process, and quality control ensures the completion of the required tasks.

In a manufacturing environment, manufacturers can implement various types of quality control, including materials inspection, in-process inspection, and final inspection. By performing these inspections, you can ensure your quality control is on track, which leads to reduced costs, higher efficiency, and a good reputation.

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Plastic Injection Molding Solutions for the Construction Industry

Plastic Injection Molding

Plastic injection molding enables high-volume production of plastic parts made from a range of thermoplastic polymers. In the construction industry, these parts are used in flooring and roofing products as well as construction tools and heavy equipment. This blog explores the role of injection molding in creating durable plastic components and assemblies for everything from conventional construction applications to innovative SillDry window and door flashing technologies.

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