How we build our injection molds
The Mold Making portion of your project will be the most expensive and have the longest lead time. At Plastimold, we incorporate innovative mold solutions that allow us to build prototype and production tools in less time than the industry average. We use the highest quality mold components from industry leading suppliers. By using advanced software, we can detect any problems that will occur during the injection stage, and our engineers can make necessary adjustments to the tooling design, to eliminate any potential problems.
Low cost mold manufacturing
Plastimold is a plastic mold maker and offers a lower cost tooling option for molds that meet specific criteria. Our designers have worked closely with our overseas molding partners for over 15 years. They comply with our mold making process and uphold themselves to the same ISO quality standards. All molds produced overseas are covered by the same lifetime mold guarantee as our domestic tooling. Once your mold is complete, it's prepared for shipment and sent to our facility in Delray Beach, FL for production. Plastimold manufactures 100% of our plastic parts in the USA. Learn why we're the Right Choice.
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Why is injection molding tooling cost so expensive?
We can build your mold to produce millions of parts or thousands of parts,... each tool is different and dependent on its intended use. Is it built for production or prototype? Many variables impact the cost of a mold:
Injection Mold Making relies on quality parts run from a quality tool. Bad tools make bad parts with flash and blemishes that other molders will attempt to hide. Plastimold management will work with you every step of the way to ensure your tool is completed on-time and with zero defects.
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