As your experienced partner in injection molding, we have our own modern injection moulding facility with tool manufacturing. This allows us maximum control and ensures the highest quality standards throughout the production process.
With a broad range of plastics and resins, from thermoplastics to elastomers and thermosetting plastics, we offer diverse material options for your projects. Additionally, we provide comprehensive post-processing and finishing to ensure that your components precisely meet your requirements.
Our ordering process is straightforward. Simply upload your drawings or send them by e-mail. Typically, you'll receive your personalized quote as soon as the next day.
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Request your quote online or via email. We will review the drawings and technical details of your inquiry.
If desired, we will get back to you with tips on injection-moulding-compatible design. In collaboration with you, we assist in achieving the best manufacturable solution.
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As soon as the final design has been determined, we will send you a final quote for your order.
Manufacturing, Quality control & Delivery
assemblean takes care of the entire manufacturing process, conducts quality control, and delivers the parts to the desired destination.
Custom-made parts from your preferred material - We source all the plastics and resins you need.
We offer a wide range of surface treatments tailored to your design and functional requirements.
As your reliable partner, we handle the entire order process: from procurement and production to the timely delivery of your finished injection-moulded parts.
We already verify the dimensional accuracy of the components during the manufacturing process. Our on-site experts ensure the highest quality standards through a thorough final inspection of all parts.
We produce both small series and large series for you.
We can fulfill your entire order, including tool manufacturing, completely in-house.
Our range of services in injection molding includes the production of parts from thermoplastic and elastomeric plastics. Below, you'll find the most popular injection molding materials. If you don't find your desired material in the list, please contact us. We manufacture your parts with your preferred material.
|Typical surface roughness Ra (µm)
|Super High Glossy finish
|Grade #3, 6000 Grit Diamond Buff
|0.012 to 0.025
|High Glossy finish
|Grade #6, 3000 Grit Diamond Buff
|0.025 to 0.05
|Normal Glossy finish
|Grade #15, 1200 Grit Diamond Buff
|0.05 to 0.1
|Fine Semi-glossy finish
|600 Grit Paper
|0.05 to 0.1
|Medium Semi-glossy finish
|400 Grit Paper
|0.1 to 0.15
|Normal Semi-glossy finish
|320 Grit Paper
|0.28 to 0.32
|Fine Matte finish
|600 Grit Stone
|0.35 to 0.4
|400 Grit Stone
|0.45 to 0.55
|Normal Matte finish
|320 Grit Stone
|0.63 to 0.7
|Satin Textured finish
|Dry Blast Glass Bead
|0.8 to 1.0
|Dull Textured finish
|Dry Blast #240 Oxide
|1.0 to 2.8
|Rough Textured finish
|Dry Blast #24 Oxide
|3.2 to 18
|3.2 with visible machining marks
Injection moulding is a commonly used manufacturing process for mass-producing plastic parts. In this process, molten plastic is injected into a mould, where it cools and solidifies to take the desired shape. The mould, also known as a tool, consists of two halves that separate after the material is injected.
Key considerations include material selection, temperature control and pressure regulation. After cooling, the finished part is removed from the mould. Injection moulding enables the production of precise and complex components with tight tolerances. It is an extremely efficient process widely employed in various industries such as automotive, electronics and medical technology.
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