Injection Molding

Everything from mining and construction to pumbling and automotive

Supapegs experience in Plastic Injection Moulding is well recognised and highly sought after. Our ability to recommend the right type of plastic for the job is often critical in the process of producing your products, and we are confident based on our knowledge gained through our many years in the Plastic Moulding industry. Our moulding department’s machines are utilised to maximise production efficiency.

Supapeg operates 24 hours a day, with over 4 injection moulding machines with a clamp tonnage of 90 to 280 tons. This gives us the ability to mould items weighing up to (1000 grams) precisely and efficiently. Supapeg have processed a variety of materials, including Nylons, Polypropylenes, Polyethylene, Acetal, ABS, Polycarbonates, and others as requested.

Using the latest Injection Moulding Machines, which have a reputation for high quality and reliability, we are able to offer flexibility and versatility to fulfil your urgent requirements. The team at Supapeg conducts QA testing and monitoring of product quality throughout production runs to ensure the highest quality of supplied products.

Why Use Injection Molding?

The principal advantage of injection molding is the ability to scale production. Once the initial costs have been paid the price per unit during injection molded manufacturing is extremely low. The price also tends to drop drastically as more parts are produced. Other advantages include the following:

Injection Molding produces low scrap rates relative to traditional manufacturing processes like CNC machining which cut away substantial percentages of an original plastic block or sheet. This however can be a negative relative to additive manufacturing processes like 3D printing that have even lower scrap rates.

Injection Molding is very repeatable. That is, the second part you produce is going to be practically identical to the first one etc. This is a wonderful characteristic when trying to produce brand consistency and part reliability in high volume production.


Injection Molding

Injection Molding is a manufacturing process for producing parts in large volume. It is most typically used in mass-production processes where the same part is being created thousands or even millions of times in succession.

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