3D Printing Injection Molds

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Injection molding is a popular manufacturing process used to mass-produce highly accurate and often-complex plastic parts. But high tooling costs – even for soft, aluminum tooling – can make testing and pilot production extremely burdensome.

PolyJet 3D printed injection molds provide an attractive alternative to expensive aluminum molds. Capable of producing 10 to 100 parts in the same thermoplastic that will be used in production, they can be constructed in one or two days for a fraction of the cost. By using PolyJet molds, manufacturers can rapidly and cost-effectively assess a part's form, fit and true function using the same plastics used in mass production.

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  • When PolyJet technology is the best fit for injection molds
  • Best practices for design, file processing and production planning
  • Key process considerations
  • Success factors

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