Engineering Specifications: Injection Compression Molding

Exploring the Power of Injection Compression Molding

A method of molding where the plastic is injected into a partially open cavity with injection pressure typically 50-75% lower than in standard injection molding depending on wall thickness and mold open distance. The 2nd stage clamp action closes the telescoping core and subsequently compresses and distributes the melt into the far extremities of the cavity, including ribs and bosses.


Injection Compression Molding

Have any questions about materials and capabilities?

Contact Us through our online form or call 1-800-554-9208.