Plastic injection molding

What is plastic injection molding?

Plastic injection molding is the most commonly used process for the automated manufacture of products and workpieces made of plastic. It enables relatively cheap, fast and extremely precise production of plastic parts.

How does plastic injection molding work?

In plastic injection molding, melted plastic is injected into the forming cavity (cavity) of a tool, compressed and crosslinked under pressure or allowed to cool and then ejected as a molded part.


The large variety of plastic materials that can be used, the possibility of multi-component technology and various forms of surface refinement create an almost endless variety of possible applications.

Our production

With us, you benefit from the wide range of our technical possibilities with realizable part weights from 1 gram to 6,940 grams. Our modern machine park consists of 26 injection molding machines from well-known brand manufacturers with clamping forces from 25 to 1300 tons. This allows us to offer you a high level of flexibility with regard to part production. In addition, several fully automatic production islands ensure cost-optimal production.


For special product properties, we are able to combine different materials in one component using multi-component technology. Injection molding machines with rotary tables and L-arrangement of the side units are available to you. In addition, we also manufacture using a transfer process.

Materials for processing

We can manufacture components from all common plastic materials and compounds with a high glass fiber and talcum content. These include:

PP (polypropylene)
PE (polyethylene)
ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)
PS (polystyrene)
ASA (acrylonitrile styrene acrylic ester)
PC (polycarbonate)
POM (polyoxymethylene)
PET amorphous (polyethylene terephthalate)
PA (polyamide)
PMMA (polymethyl methacrylate)
PC + ABS blends
TPE-E (thermoplastic elastomers)
TPE-A (thermoplastic elastomers)
TPE-V (thermoplastic elastomers)
TPE-S (thermoplastic elastomers)
IXEF (polyarylamide)

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Benefit from our decades of experience in the development and construction of plastic injection molded products and our innovative partnerships with universities and plastics institutes.