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ISO9001 Plastic Injection Molding Service Multi Cavity Custom Injection Molding

Place of Origin China
Brand Name Plastic Injection Molding Service
Certification ISO9001 Certificate of quality system/16949
Model Number Customizable
Minimum Order Quantity 100 piece
Price USD 0.15-20 pieces,negotiable.
Packaging Details Blister box or can be customized.
Delivery Time 10-15 works day
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Supply Ability 100K for 1 week.

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Product Material Plastic , Urethan ABS , PC , PC+ABS , ABS, PP, PMMA, Plastic, POM , And Customizable. Shaping Mode Plastic Injection Mould.Silicone Mould
High Quality Supply Plastics Parts Injection Moulding Service Solidworks, Solidworks/UG/Proe, UG, CAD, MOULDFLOW Color As Customers' Required, Based On Customer Requirement.
Runner Hot Runner\ Cold Runner Size Customized, 840*700*1050
Cavity Surface Treatment, Multi Cavity, Single/multi Surface Finish Texture/MT/YS/SPI/EDM Finish/smooth/glossy
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Multi Cavity Custom Injection Molding

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Custom Molded Plastic Injection Molding Service And Mold Fabrication Products



We are experts in complex injection molding & mold fabrication for products and packaging.We can provide Low cost, Quick, Quality production. No size limitations, trouble-free part modifications. Simply sent us your 3D and CAD model of your part & specify quantity, material & other options.


Get custom plastic molded parts and production parts in as few as five business days. We provide expert engineering reviews and $1000 off your first mold. Dozens of materials and finishes are available.


What Is Injection Molding?


Injection molding is the most cost-effective way to make a plastic part at scale. The injection molding process involves injecting molten plastic into a mold tool, then ejecting the solidified part. This process quickly repeats hundreds or thousands of times, amortizing the cost of the mold tool and driving down the cost of each unit to a few dollars or less. Since the injection molding process uses the same mold tool for each part, it offers consistent quality across every part. Injection molding also has the highest variety of materials, colors, cosmetics, polishes, and surface textures when compared to CNC machining or even 3D printing.


Custom plastic mould service is a service providing on-demand prototype and production molding. We take a customer-first approach which means we find the right injection molding supplier within our manufacturing supplier network to mold the parts the way you need them—without design compromises—at the right price point. We offer expert consultation on each injection mold quote and project managers on every order to move your parts from design to production. Our team has experience in every industry, especially medical injection molding and liquid silicone rubber molding.


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Injection molding prototypes


Fast turnaround & cost-efficient. Ideal for rapid prototyping and low-volume production.


  • Family mold
  • Insert mold/MUD tool
  • Typical Shot Life: 5k to 10k

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Custom Plastic Injection Molding Materials


Rigid Plastic Materials:


ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)

High-strength general-purpose engineering plastic, used for many commercial products.


ASA (acrylonitrile styrene acrylate)
A material very similar to ABS with higher resistance to fading and better suited for outdoor use.


CA (cellulose acetate)

Typically used in eyeglasses and film, CA is a flexible clear material that can be used in food contact.


CA (cellulose acetate)

Typically used in eyeglasses and film, CA is a flexible clear material that can be used in food contact.


LCP (liquid crystal polymer)
LCP has mechanics even at elevated temperatures as well as low dielectric constants.  LCP is popular for electrical connectors and interconnects as well as medical devices.

LDPE (low-density polyethylene)
A flexible and tough material with lower density versus HDPE. LDPE does not react to acids, bases, or alcohols. Useful for trays, snap lids,and general-purpose containers.

PA 6 (polyamide 6, nylon 6)
Offers increased mechanical strength, rigidity, good stability under heat, and/or chemical resistance.


PA 6/6 (polyamide 6/6, nylon 6/6)

Offers increased mechanical strength, rigidity, good stability under heat, and/or chemical resistance.


PARA (polyarylamide)

Often combined with infills such as glass or mineral fibers, PARA creates rigid parts with low creep and a slower rate of water absorption than nylon (PA). 

PBT (polybutylene terephthalate, Valox)
A common electronic insulator with a polyester base. Highly used in automotive as a longer-wear alternative to nylon.

PBT-PET (polybutylene terephthalate-polyethylene terephthalate)
A compounded blend of PBT and PET.


PC (polycarbonate)

A clear or colored, lightweight, glass-like plastic that is heavily used across multiple industries. PC is impact resistant, holds great feature detail, and can be used for safety equipment, electronic devices.

PC-ABS (polycarbonate-acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)

The best of both PC and ABS. Higher-strength engineering thermoplastic with slightly more flexibility than standard polycarbonate.

PC-PBT (polycarbonate-polybutylene terephthalate, Xenoy)
A tough and rigid material resistant to lubricants, solvents, and cleaning agents. Very common in electronic enclosures.

PC-PET (polycarbonate-polyethylene terephthalate)

A blend of PC and PET provides tough and chemically resistant results and can be used as an alternate to PC-ABS.It endures harsh solvents and cleaners, making it excellent for sports equipment.

PCT (polycyclohexylenedimethylene terephthalate)
A thermoplastic polyester that typically outperforms PET due to lower moisture absorption and better environmental stability.PCT is often used for connectors and switches.

PE (polyethylene)
One of the most common plastics used in the world, PE has high ductility, abrasion resistance, and chemical resistance.PE is often described by its molecular weight,also is used in packaging, tubing.

PEEK (polyether ether ketone)
Offering excellent tensile strength that surpasses most plastics, PEEK is often used as a lightweight substitute for metal parts in high-temperature, high-stress applications. PEEK resists chemicals, wear.

PEI (polyetherimide, Ultem

Known best for its extremely high heat and flame resistance, PEI is used for many medical applications and is more affordable than PEEK.

PE-PP (polyethylene-polypropylene)

A resin blend of the polyolefin’s polypropylene and polyethylene.


PE-PS (polyethylene-polystyrene)

A resin blend of the polyethylene and polystyrene.


PES (polyethersulfone)

A rigid, transparent plastic that is chemically inert, biocompatible, and sterilizable. PES is suitable for food-contact devices such as coffee machine components as well as aerospace and automotive.

PET (polyethylene terephthalate, Rynite)

Also abbreviated PETE, this is a clear, strong, and lightweight PE resin heavily used in food packaging, soda bottles, jars, andmore. The material is food-safe. PET is recyclable with a resin code of 1.

PLA (polylactic acid)

A biodegradable and renewable plastic. PLA has a relatively low glass transition temperature and is common in short-use applications.

PMMA (polymethyl methacrylate, acrylic)
A clear glass-like plastic. Good wear and tear properties. Great for outdoor use.


POM (acetal polyoxymethylene, Delrin)
Good moisture resistance, high wear-resistance, and low friction.


PP (polypropylene)

Polypropylene has excellent electrical properties and little or no moisture absorption. It carries light loads for a long period in varying temperatures. It can be molded into parts requiring chemical.

PPA (polyphthalamide)
A subset of nylons (polyamide) that typically exhibit a higher melting point and lower moisture absorption. PPA is typically used in automotive and industrial applications.

PPS (polyphenylene sulfide, Ryton)
A high-performance thermoplastic with extreme resistance to solvents.

PS (polystyrene): A clear, hard, and brittle material widely used for food packaging, clamshell containers.

PS-PPE (polystyrene-polyphenyl ethers, Noryl)

Exhibiting high heat and flame resistance, PPE-PS has high stiffness and tensile strength even at elevated temperatures.

PSU (polysulfone, Udel)
A rigid, stiff, and transparent plastic which is a higher-performance alternative to polycarbonate.


PVC (polyvinyl chloride (Shore D)
A rigid, general-use plastic that is common in plumbing, non-food packaging, and trimming.


PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride, Kynar)
A chemically inert, high-temperature material. Due to its low friction, PVDF is used in plumbing parts, bearings, chemical handling,electrical wire insulation, and tubing.

SAN (styrene acrylonitrile)
A polystyrene that is heat resistant and transparent. Due to its relationship with polystyrene, SAN is low cost and has enhanced clarity and shine. SAN is common in household goods, door handles.

TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane (Shore D)
A tough, highly abrasion-resistant resin that bridges the gap between rubbers and plastics. TPUs can be formulated to be rigid or elastomeric. TPU exhibits a high flex before break and is ideal for wheels.

Other material can be customized.




Custom Injection Mold Finishes:


Standard Finish

Moldmaker's choice of finish. Typically SPI B-2, depending on geometry and drafts. Interior, non-cosmetic faces, are typically as-machined.


SPI Finishes

Range of Society of Plastics Industry (SPI) finishes from Grade 3 diamond / high polish to 320 stone low polish. Finishes include: SPI A-1, SPI A-2, SPI A-3, SPI B-1, SPI B-2, SPI B-3, SPI C-1, SPI C-2, SPI C-3, SPI D-1, SPI D-2, and SPI D-3

MoldTech Finishes (Mold Texturing)

Range of finishes including matte, swirls, lines, and patterns.Common texture finishes include: MoldTech MT11010, MoldTech MT11020, and MoldTech MT11030. Other textured  can be added by request.


Other Textures - VDI

VDI 3400 Surface Finish (commonly known as VDI surface finish) refers to the mold texture standard set by Verein Deutscher Ingenieure (VDI), the Society of German Engineers. This is mainly processed by EDM machining, producing fine to coarse matte finishes.

As Molded

No secondary polishing or grinding. Part will show tooling marks.



Threaded Inserts

We can install most commonly used standard inserts in UNF and metric sizes.



Pad Printing

Transfer a 2D image onto a 3D part. All images are subject to review.



Laser Engraving

Engrave part numbers, logos, and more onto your parts.




We have the ability to assemble and label injection molded parts. Discuss your needs with your salesperson.




Injection Molding FAQs


  • What industries use injection molding?

Injection molding is used across a wide range of industries including aerospace, medical devices, consumer goods, energy, electronics, automotive, robotics, toys, and more.


  • What is the difference between molding and printing?

With molding, plastic or metal parts are created inside a mold. They are then removed from the mold as fully-formed parts.

3D printing, on the other hand, is an additive manufacturing process, meaning that the part is built layer-by-layer using processes

like deposition or sintering.


  • What is the process after ordering?

After receiving the order, the statement of work is reviewed by one of our manufacturing engineers.

A case manager is assigned, and an appropriate manufacturing supplier is identified. A comprehensive DFM/PEG report is created

and provided for approval. Upon approval, tooling and mold production is commenced. T1 samples are produced and shipped for approval.

Upon approval, the remaining parts are made.


  • Who owns the tool?

At JYH, our customers own their injection mold tools! After a run is complete, the tool will remain at our facilities.

Tools can be shipped to you upon request; however, you will be responsible for any associated shipping and packaging costs.

Our engineers will work with you regarding tool compatibility with your equipment if you're unsure.


JYH is your best partner of Custom Molded Plastic Injection Molding Service And Mold Fabrication Products!