Injection molding and casting services

Molding and casting solutions to meet manufacturing requirements

Yale University School of Medicine
Tiffany & Co.
CNOOC Limited
The Boston Consulting Group

Injection molding and casting for low and high volume projects

Whether you're looking to produce a few hundred parts over the next couple of weeks or millions of parts over the next few years, we've got the experts ready to help you start the manufacturing process. Our injection molding and casting services will connect you with leading U.S. manufacturing companies ready to take you from prototype to full production. 

Through our molding and casting services, you'll get immediate access to various manufacturing techniques to handle any application. Hundreds of engineering materials are available, from flexible polymers to rigid plastics and metal alloys. All molded parts can be machined for improved detail and finish. Parts can be made in a matter of weeks. 

Available injection molding technologies include:
  • Investment casting
  • Sand casting
  • Plaster casting
  • Metal casting
  • Urethane casting
  • Injection molding

Whether you're looking to create complex metal parts without tooling or plan on casting high-volume runs with post-machining, our molding and casting service will connect you with the best manufacturing company for your project. 

Injection molding benefits

Injection molding is the most common manufacturing technique today for high volume production. Parts can be reliably created to the exact same specifications with a high degree of detail. Most plastic parts on the market today are produced by injection molding. At Cad Crowd we offer a range of injection molding services, including:

  • Compression molding
  • Insert over molding
  • Gas assist molding
  • Die casting
  • Thermoforming
  • Plastic extrusions

Injection molding is also well suited for creating first-run, low-volume, and mid-volume production runs with fast lead times. When time is a factor, less durable aluminum molds can be created at a much lower cost than steel, where high production volumes aren't required. Hundreds of manufacturing materials are available, and through overmolding, you can easily combine the best properties of multiple materials.

Injection molding materials include:
  • Acrylic
  • ABS
  • Nylon
  • Acetal
  • Polycarbonate (PC)
  • PC/ABS
  • Polyoxymethylene (POM)
  • Polypropylene
  • Polystyrene
  • Polybutylene Terephthalate (PBT)
  • Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
  • Thermoplastic

Get an estimate now and connect with the best injection molding and casting companies in the United States. Whatever your project's specific needs, you'll find the technologies you need.

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