Plastic Injection Molding Services

End to End Plastic Injection Molding solutions

Mold Making Services

Mold Making Services

Custiv specializes in manufacturing mold for your plastic part production be it prototype mold or production mold.

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Prototype Injection Molding

Prototype Injection Molding

Your product ideation, low production runs, validation and testing requirements can be fulfilled by our prototype injection molding.

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High Volume Injection Molding

High Volume Injection Molding

You high volume plastic part requirements can be solved with Custiv to manufacture your plastic parts cost effectively.

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Additional Capabilities

Additional Capabilities

Custiv offers a complete injection molding solution with the options of Insert molding, Over molding, Multi-cavity molding and family molding.

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50+ Injection Molding Facilities

50+ Injection Molding Facilities

One Stop Plastic Injection Molding Solution

One Stop Plastic Injection Molding Solution

UNLIMITED CAPACITY

UNLIMITED CAPACITY

CERTIFIED PRODUCTION

CERTIFIED PRODUCTION

TOLERANCES UPTO 5 MICRONS

TOLERANCES UPTO 5 MICRONS

COMPETITIVE AND PRICE MATCH GUARANTEE

COMPETITIVE AND PRICE MATCH GUARANTEE

PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE PLATFORM

PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE PLATFORM

MULTIPLE FINISHING OPTIONS

MULTIPLE FINISHING OPTIONS

ABS

ABS is a common low-cost thermoplastic that has considerable rigidity at normal temperatures. It is normally not used in elevated temperatures.

Nylon (PA 6)

Nylon is a versatile high-performance material that can maintain strengths at elevated temperatures too. It is also called polyamides

PC/ABS

PC/ABS gives a unique blend of the good features of ABS and Polycarbonates. It has high processability and structural strength.

Polyurethane

Polyurethanes are thermoset plastics with excellent strength, durability, and insulation characteristics.

Acrylic

Acrylic is UV resistant and structurally resilient plastics that can be either transparent or coloured. They have high tensile and impact strengths.

Polyethylene

Polyethylene is the most common plastic there is. It is a thermoplastic with lightweight properties and resilience.

Polypropylene

Polypropylene is the most popular material for injection molding because of its value proposition of low cost and chemical & environmental resilience.

HDPE

HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) plastic is thermoplastic that can maintain high strength at elevated temperatures. They have good environmental corrosion resilience.

Polystyrene

Polystyrene is the least expensive plastic there is. It is not used for structural applications. Commonly used to make food packing products.

Acetal

Acetal is an engineering purpose thermoplastic that has high structural strength and dimensional stability. It is used to make parts that are required to be stiff.

Delrin

Delrin is an engineering structural thermoplastic that has high stiffness, structural strength, and low surface friction. Commonly used to make engineering gears, pulleys, etc.

Glossy

Semi Glossy

Matte

Textured

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AS9100

IATF 16949

OHSAS 18001

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Plastic Injection Molding Explained

Injection Molding is a manufacturing process that enables you to produce the parts you need in a wide variety of plastic polymers. The process starts with manufacturing a specially designed tool which acts as a mould for your part. This tool contains a core and a cavity to shape your parts and contains additions like side cores, cooling channels etc. Tools can have multiple cavities based on your requirement and the geometry of your part thus creating multiple cavity molds, family molds etc. Once the tool is prepared, it is tested to see whether your part is successfully formed. On successful completion of testing we begin the production phase where the tool is mounted in an injection molding machine and production begins. An injection molding machine consists of multiple parts. The pellets fed into the feeder are melted. This melted plastic is then forced / injected into the tool using a screw system, the process appropriately being called a shot. The melted plastic takes the shape of the mold and then cools down forming a solid part again. After the part has cooled down, it is ejected with the help of ejector pins.

Plastic Injection Molding Explained

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