What Is Injection Modeling?
Injection modeling is a manufacturing process that produces parts in large volume that is typically used for mass productions processes, making thousands and even millions of times in, succession. Injection molding is used because its ability to scale production on a mass scale—its initial costs are per unit during the manufacturing process is very low and tends to drastically decrease as more parts are produced in bulk to meet demand. Injection molding is so popular because of efficient process, RIM (Rim Injection Molding) is an intricate process which molded polyurethane parts are created. During the process, two liquids components are mixed and injected action. Injection molding produces meager scrap rates like the traditional manufacturing process, but also produces waste plastic that comes from consistently from 4 different areas: the sprue, the runners, gate locations, and other overflow materials that leak from the overmol