Injection Molding Services

Aria offer injection molding services for thermoplastic materials, with options for various surface finishes and complex geometries. Our capabilities include DFM feedback and fast turnaround times for low and high volume production runs.

Insert molding, Overmold services are available
30+ Surface finishes, 60+ Materials for you choose
One-stop service, Online injection molding services
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Injection Molding Services

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Aria’s Custom Injection Molding Processes

Injection molding service is a widely used manufacturing process for high volume production of plastic parts. It involves injecting molten plastic material into a mold cavity, allowing it to cool and solidify, and then ejecting the finished part from the mold.

Part1 →
Quoting

It only takes 2 minutes for you to upload your design files to our online system, and we will send you the quotation within 24 hours.

Part2 →
DFM

DFM can help reduce the risk of defects or production issues, resulting in more consistent and reliable production.

Part3 →
Production Tooling

Injection mold can be customized to meet specific production requirements, such as part design, and production volume.

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Injection Molding

Plastic injection molding is a manufacturing process used to produce a wide range of plastic parts in high volumes.

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Surface Finishes

Aria can achieve different surface finishes, from smooth and glossy finishes to textured or matte finishes.

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Post-Processing

Post-processing can enhance the beauty, function, or performance of a part and make it for specific applications.

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Quality Control

Quality control methods may include visual inspection, dimensional measurement, material testing, and functional testing.

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Injection molding delivery
Delivery

Injection molding parts can be transported by various modes of transportation, including air, sea or land transport.

Get A Plastic Injection Molding Quote Online

Injection molding can be a cost-effective manufacturing method when producing high volumes of plastic parts. We allows on demand production parts.

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2. Fill in the order details

You can get quotations for different quantities and materials. If you have not design file or whole project idea, Please contact us by sales@madearia.com

  • Design Files
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  • Surface Finishes
limitless production possibilities

3. Manage Order

Once you Submit order, you can check its progress on the order management page. Generally, our quotation will be updated in 24 hours and we will notify you by email.

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4. Order Confirm

The confirmation should include the details of the order, such as the part name or number, the quantity ordered, and the requested delivery date.

  • Production Cost
  • Payment Information
  • Shipping Information

Injection Moldings DFM

DFM is essential before injection molding because it helps to ensure that the design of the part or product is optimized for the production molding.

Aria’s DFM process involves analyzing part design, material selection, mold design and production parameters to identify and resolve any potential manufacturing problems or inefficiencies before production begins.

DFM Helps

  • Determining the optimal part design
  • Shorten project cycle
  • Selecting appropriate materials
  • Identifying potential manufacturing defects
  • Streamline the plastic injection molding process
  • Improve manufacturing cost-effective

Production Tooling

Our teams of tooling experts uses advanced CAD/CAM software and CNC machines to produce high-precision plastic injection mold tools. We also offer injection mold repair and maintenance services.

rapid prototyping tooling

Rapid Prototyping

Our rapid tooling capabilities enable us to quickly produce molds for small quantities of injection molded parts, which can be refined and tested before larger-scale production.

Family Molds
Insert mold/MUD tool
Typical Shot Life: 5k to 10k
Low Volume Production
Production tooling
Production Tooling

Production tooling is designed to meet the requirements of mass production of parts, taking into account material characteristics, cycle time and part geometry.

Multi-cavity mold
Tool steel 
Typical Shot Life: 50k to 1M+
High Volume Production

Plastic Injection Molding Services

Aria produce parts ranging in size from less than a gram up to 500 grams. We can use a variety of materials including thermoplastics, elastomers, and we can produce complex parts with overmolding, and insert molding.

Plastic Injection Molding Accuracy

Plastic Injection Molding

Plastic injection molding produce plastic products by melting plastic and injecting them into a mold cavity. Aria offer design, engineering, tooling and post-processing services.

Insert Molding Services

Insert molding is a production process that involves inserting metal or other materials into plastic during the injection molding processes to form a specific shape.

plastic over metal
Overmolding Services

Overmolding is a manufacturing process that involves covering a plastic product with another type of plastic to create a multi-colored appearance and increase product performance.

Injection Molding Surface Finishes

Aria offers a variety of injection molding surface finishes to meet the needs of our customers.

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Grade

Finishes

Descriptions

Injection Molding Surface finsihes -Glossy

A1, A2, A3

Glossy

The surface is completely smooth, allowing no blemishes or scratches, similar to the reflection effect of a mirror.

Semi-glossy

B1, B2, B3

Semi-glossy

The surface is smooth and without obvious blemishes, but minor scratches and spots are allowed.

Matte

C1, C2, C3

Matt

The surface without luster and slightly rough, but does not affect the function.

D1, D2, D3

Textured

For some special requirements, such as anti-skid, wear, etc.

Post-Processing For Injection Molding Service

Injection molding post-processing refers to treatments or modifications applied to a plastic injection molded part after molding to enhance its aesthetics, functionality, or performance. Common techniques include trimming, machining, surface finishes, and assembly processes.

Pad PrintingPad printing is a printing process where ink is transferred from an engraved metal plate onto a soft silicone pad, which then presses the ink onto the surface of the part to be printed.

It is commonly used for printing on uneven, curved, or textured surfaces of plastic.

It allows high resolution printing with good adhesion and durability.

Painting

Painting is a common post-processing technique used in injection molding to improve the aesthetic appearance of plastic parts.

It can be used to add color, texture, and graphics to the part, making it more visually appealing and suitable for different applications.

After painting, the part may undergo additional post-processing steps, such as laser etching or pad printing.

Silk screening

Silk screening, also known as screen printing or serigraphy, is a post-processing technique used to add high-quality graphics or text to plastic parts.

Silk screening is commonly used to create nameplates, labels, and decorative elements for various applications.

It is an effective way to enhance the aesthetics and functionality of injection-molded plastic parts.

UV Coating

UV coating is a method of using ultraviolet light to cure or dry coating material on various materials, including plastics, resulting in a durable, glossy finish.

For injection molding with UV coating, it’s important to use compatible materials to accommodate the coating application method.

Ultrasonic welding

Ultrasonic welding, on the other hand, is a method of joining two plastic parts by applying high-frequency mechanical vibrations to the joint area, which causes the plastic to melt and fuse together.

When it comes to injection molding with ultrasonic welding, the two processes can be combined to produce high-quality plastic parts with strong, durable welds.

Laser engraving

Laser engraving is a process that uses a laser beam to etch or engrave designs, logos, or other markings onto a plastic surface. The laser burns away the top layer of the plastic material, leaving behind the desired design.

To save costs, laser engraving may be incorporated into injection molding, and the mold may be designed to include the desired engraving. The injection molding process then creates parts of the sculpting design already in place.

Heat staking

Heat staking is a process of joining two plastic parts by melting and reforming a small section of one part and then pressing it into the other part to create a permanent bond.

When it comes to injection molding with heat staking, the two processes can be combined to produce plastic parts with strong, permanent joints.

Hot stamping

Hot stamping is a process that involves transferring a design or logo from a metal die onto a plastic part using heat and pressure.

The die is heated and then pressed onto the plastic part, transferring the design onto the surface.

Post-mold Machining

Post-mold machining can be used to achieve tight tolerances, intricate geometries, and precise surface finishes that are difficult to achieve with injection molding alone.

It can also be used to add features such as threaded inserts, which can be difficult or impossible to incorporate directly into the mold.

Drilling & tapping

Drilling and tapping can be used to create precise holes and threads in plastic parts, allowing for the incorporation of threaded inserts or the creation of threaded features directly in the part.

This can be especially useful for parts that require assembly or disassembly, as well as for parts that need to be securely fastened to other components.

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Pad printing

Pad printing

Pad printing is a printing process where ink is transferred from an engraved metal plate onto a soft silicone pad, which then presses the ink onto the surface of the part to be printed.

It is commonly used for printing on uneven, curved, or textured surfaces of plastic.

It allows high resolution printing with good adhesion and durability.

Painting

Painting

Painting is a common post-processing technique used in injection molding to improve the aesthetic appearance of plastic parts.

It can be used to add color, texture, and graphics to the part, making it more visually appealing and suitable for different applications.

After painting, the part may undergo additional post-processing steps, such as laser etching or pad printing.

Silk screening

Silk screening

Silk screening, also known as screen printing or serigraphy, is a post-processing technique used to add high-quality graphics or text to plastic parts.

Silk screening is commonly used to create nameplates, labels, and decorative elements for various applications.

It is an effective way to enhance the aesthetics and functionality of injection-molded plastic parts.

UV coating

UV coating

UV coating is a method of using ultraviolet light to cure or dry coating material on various materials, including plastics, resulting in a durable, glossy finish.

For injection molding with UV coating, it's important to use compatible materials to accommodate the coating application method.

Ultrasonic welding

Ultrasonic welding

Ultrasonic welding, on the other hand, is a method of joining two plastic parts by applying high-frequency mechanical vibrations to the joint area, which causes the plastic to melt and fuse together.

When it comes to injection molding with ultrasonic welding, the two processes can be combined to produce high-quality plastic parts with strong, durable welds.

PBT Materials

Laser engraving

Laser engraving is a process that uses a laser beam to etch or engrave designs, logos, or other markings onto a plastic surface. The laser burns away the top layer of the plastic material, leaving behind the desired design.

To save costs, laser engraving may be incorporated into injection molding, and the mold may be designed to include the desired engraving. The injection molding process then creates parts of the sculpting design already in place.

Heat staking

Heat staking

Heat staking is a process of joining two plastic parts by melting and reforming a small section of one part and then pressing it into the other part to create a permanent bond.

When it comes to injection molding with heat staking, the two processes can be combined to produce plastic parts with strong, permanent joints.

Hot stamping

Hot stamping

Hot stamping is a process that involves transferring a design or logo from a metal die onto a plastic part using heat and pressure.

The die is heated and then pressed onto the plastic part, transferring the design onto the surface.

Post-mold machinin

Post-mold machining

Post-mold machining can be used to achieve tight tolerances, intricate geometries, and precise surface finishes that are difficult to achieve with injection molding alone.

It can also be used to add features such as threaded inserts, which can be difficult or impossible to incorporate directly into the mold.

Drilling & tapping

Drilling & tapping

Drilling and tapping can be used to create precise holes and threads in plastic parts, allowing for the incorporation of threaded inserts or the creation of threaded features directly in the part.

This can be especially useful for parts that require assembly or disassembly, as well as for parts that need to be securely fastened to other components.

Quality Control

Quality control at Aria begins with the design and selection of materials and continues throughout the production process, including mold design, machine setup, process monitoring and final inspection.

  • ISO9001 certified Manufacturing Partners on request
  • Inspection report included in every order. Full dimensional inspection reports on request
  • Material certifications and test reports available on request

Delivery

The delivery time can vary depending on various factors, such as the complexity and size of the injection molded parts, the quantity ordered, the required post-processing and quality control, and the shipping distance.

Aria’s common shipping way:

  • Sea transportation ( Parts weight >100kg )

  • Air freight 

  •  FedEx, UPS, DHL, TNT ( Parts weight <100kg)

Tooling times

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Injection Molding FAQs

A: Please send us your inquiry by email or Online quote system. Once we confirm the design (Feature details with parameters), material, color, qty, we can provide quotation within 24 HOURS.

A: This depends on a number of factors including the complexity of the part design, size of the production run and availability of the materials. Generally, An injection molding project takes 2-3 weeks for mold manufacturing and sample production, and 2-3 weeks for bulk production.

A: we can provide design assistance, tooling fabrication, and production services as well as post-processing and finishing operations. Additionally, we will work with you on material selection and help ensure that quality standards are met throughout the entire process.

A: The design of an injection mold is one of the most important steps in any injection molding project. It requires a deep understanding of both the intended application and the injection molding process. Designers must take into account factors such as part geometry, material properties, shrinkage rates and draft angles.

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