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Large Part Injection Molded Plastic Suppliers

Get high-quality parts at competitive prices when you partner with the right large part injection molded plastic suppliers

What is Plastic Injection Molding?

Injection molding is a manufacturing process generally used for the mass-production of parts. It is an efficient way to produce plastic parts in mass quantities. The shape and size of products achievable through the process of injection molding has evolved over time. When molding large parts, there are several details to consider.

If you are in search of a provider who can accommodate large plastic parts, you’ll need to take into account some considerations, such as: tolerance, manufacturing method, capabilities of available machinery, cost, as well as any other factors unique to your product(s).  

Is Injection Molding Better Than 3D Printing?  | Large Part Injection Molded Plastic Suppliers

3D printing forms three-dimensional objects through the sequential mechanized layering of build material, usually plastic.  As technology has advanced, the additive manufacturing method has revolutionized modern manufacturing.   

 

For large parts, in particular, you may find you benefit more from injection molding than 3D printing.  Depending on the size of the necessary part, you could save significant time and money by opting for plastic injection molding.  Large part printing cycles can take up to several hours while injection molding could produce the same part within a matter of seconds.  

Some of the other drawbacks to 3D printing include limitations of volume and uneven surfaces.  The size of a 3D printed part depends on the size of your 3D printer. However, with plastic injection molding, you have endless options when it comes to creating molds.  In addition, 3D printing gives parts ridged layers that are not always ideal for parts that will do significant moving.    

 

Large Part Plastic Injection Molding From Lerner Molded Plastics | Large Part Injection Molded Plastic Suppliers 

The Northeast Ohio community of businesses has a distinct history of excellence in the plastic fabrication industry.  For almost three decades, Lerner Molded Plastics has continued this legacy. In all, if you and your colleagues have been looking for reliable large part injection molded plastic suppliers, then you can feel confident in teaming up with Lerner Molded Plastics.  To list, client businesses count on Lerner Molded Plastics for  

  • Injection Molding

  • Blow Molding

  • Extrusion

  • Rotational Molding

  • Thermoforming

  • Both Tool Design and Build

  • Full Supply Chain Services

  • Secondary Services

  • Decoration

  • Pad Printing

  • Post Molded Painting

  • In-Mold Labeling 

  • Ultrasonic Welding

  • Both Product Assembly and Packout

  • Electronics Assembly

  • Both Bar Coding and Labeling

 

 

 
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