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White Paper: An Engineers Guide to Low-Volume Injection Molding

Low-volume injection molding is an ideal manufacturing solution for many applications including on-demand production, bridge tooling, pilot runs and functional prototyping. However, there’s a widespread belief that low-volume injection molding is too expensive, that the molds created in a low-run paradigm won’t be able to yield many shots, that there are limited thermoplastic materials that can be used and, finally, that the piece-part price will be too high to return a profit.

Fortunately, many of these ideas are simply misconceptions, and with the right low-run production strategy in place, new manufacturing opportunities can lead to additional avenues for product development and production.

In this white paper you will learn:
  • When it makes sense to use low-volume injection molding
  • The seven biggest myths associated with tooling
  • The importance of continuous quality control inspections and the value of product manufacturing information (PMI)

This white paper is sponsored by Proto Labs. To download, please complete the form on this page.

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