The process of plastic injection moulding is a fantastic way to produce high quantities of perfectly replicated products for a relatively low cost. At Fern Plastics, we have been specialists in plastic injection moulding for a number of years so know how to get the very best out of the process. We always assign a project manager to each of our plastic injection mould projects to ensure they are the most effective moulded projects they can be. Here’s why we think having a project manager for plastic injection moulding is a key part of our success.
Plastic injection moulding is a fantastic tool to create dedicated items in large quantities for a low cost but choosing the right plastic injection moulding supplier is imperative to making your project a success. We talk you through the ways to choose the best plastic injection moulding supplier for your business needs.
When it comes to plastic injection moulded products, quality and expertise are key. Fern Plastics have a number of years of experience in plastic injection moulding making us leaders in our industry. From technical know-how to state-of-the-art technology, we tell you what makes us specialists in our field.
When it comes to plastic injection moulded products, every business is different. At Fern Plastics, we can provide a range of finishes from laser etching to chrome plating to ensure the finished product exactly meets your needs and expectations. Here are just a few of the bespoke injection moulding finishes we offer.
When it comes to the practicality of plastic injection moulding, there is one technique that stands out ahead of all the rest, insert moulding. Insert moulding is a fantastic technique that can completely transform your injection moulding giving you multiple combined parts to fit your project perfectly.
When it comes to plastic moulded products, two main moulding methods are often discussed, plastic injection moulding and vacuum moulding. But what is the difference between plastic injection moulding and vacuum moulding? We go into the differences between the two plastic moulding types and more.
The plastic injection moulding process produces hundreds and thousands of products every single day. From large-scale production projects to smaller, more bespoke mouldings, plastic injection moulding can produce a wide variety of shapes, styles and finishes, all with perfect uniformity. Low injection moulding costs mean that extremely large quantities can be produced with little effort in a relatively short space of time. Here’s our guide to the cost-effectiveness of plastic injection moulding.
Plastic injection moulding is used for a wide variety of everyday and speciality products. From keyboards to car parts, injection moulding produces high quantities of identical product for distribution in the wide world. When it comes to plastic injection moulding, the injection moulding process is key to producing a professional, finished product. We’ll talk you through the injection moulding processes and injection moulding techniques used to create a finished moulded product.
As a highly transferable process, plastic injection moulding is used for a wide range of everyday and niche products from mop heads to bird feeders and all of the technical parts in between. Thermoplastics are incredibly versatile and lend themselves to an endless list of uses with plastic injection moulding helping to create all manner of intricate parts, here are just a few.
Plastic injection moulding is an innovative process that produces many of the plastic items we use every single day. From toys to car parts to medical tools, injection moulded parts are integral to how we live our lives, but what are the benefits of plastic injection moulding as a process?