Custom Plastic Injection Molding

In the plastic injection molding process, a stainless-steel part mold is filled with molten plastic, which then cools to form the final part. This manufacturing process offers a cost-effective method for producing large volumes of parts with consistent dimensions. Production volumes for plastic injection molding projects often range into hundreds of thousands or millions of parts.

While the initial tooling is more cost-prohibitive than many machining methods, the economies of scale gained in large production runs negate the initial set-up costs. The process also produces very little scrap and wasted thermoplastic material can be recycled back into the machine for use in production.

The Rodon Group has been at the forefront of thermoplastics manufacturing since its inception in 1956. We have 118 injection molding machines in our Pennsylvania facility, making us one of the largest family-owned and operated injection molders in America.

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