Injection Molding

Custom Injection Tooling

Injection Molding

Molten Plastic Injection

Injection Molding

Prototype injection molding is the process of injecting molten plastic into a permanent aluminum or steel tool to form your parts. GoProto, Inc. is a world-class supplier of injection-molded parts. Whether you’ve elected to have us produce a rapid injection tool or a custom injection tool, we will use a mold insert to create your parts consistently, quickly, and at tolerances that meet your specifications. We have access to a huge library of plastic and elastomeric (rubber) materials and can use filled materials. We also manufacture two-shot and insert-molded parts. Whatever your needs are for speed, quantity, materials, or tolerances, GoProto is the reliable source to meet your needs, especially with our plastic injection molding process.

Stipulations: Prototype injection molding makes it a little more difficult to make changes to your work. We recommend 3D printing if you are looking for a quick, cost-effective process. While this might be a possible issue, the plastic injection molding process is perfect if you find yourself looking for high volume production.



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“Hi, all - I just wanted to follow up to say thank you for all of your help in the last project. It was a big project with a fast turnaround time, and you all were absolutely the enabler to getting this done in time. Thanks for the quick quote, the flexibility in shipping, and the expedited work throughout the team, I really appreciate it. Thanks again, and I look forward to our next project together (hopefully with a little more lead time!). Best, Chris – Precision Indoor Agriculture Company” — Chris (Precision Indoor Agriculture Company)
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