Compression moulding is a manufacturing process which uses heat and pressure to mould plastic resins and thermosets into a desired shape
Injection moulding is a manufacturing process in which molten plastic is injected under high pressure into a mould, which then cools & solidifies to form a desired shape.
The moulded part is then removed from the mould and repeated to produce multiple copies of the same part. Injection moulding is a fast and cost-effective method of mass-producing plastic parts with high precision and consistency. It is widely used in various industries, such as automotive, consumer goods, packaging, and medical devices, due to its versatility and ability to accurately produce complex shapes.
Threaded Inserts for plastics provide reusable metal threads and secure tight threaded joints in thermoplastics and thermosets. These threaded inserts have more pull-out force on a mating part than a self-tapping screw in plastics. They are also designed for easy and fast installation into plastics using in-moulding, cold, heat or ultrasonic pressing.