Injection Compression Molding
"Our comfort at working on the cutting edge of technology means that no job is too difficult. We are determined to stay ahead of the curve in order to provide our customers with world class products."

Nyloncraft, Inc.
616 W. McKinley Ave.
Mishawaka, IN 46545
574-256-1521 (ph)
574-255-3278 (fax)

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Injection Molding

Injection molding is a process used in manufacturing that produces parts from plastic materials. The plastic is fed into a heated reservoir, optionally mixed with other elements and forced into a mold cavity. The injection molding process traces its origins as far back as 1872 with the invention of the first injection molding machine.

As you can see, injection molding has a lengthy history, and refinements are made on an ongoing basis by professional injection molding companies such as Nyloncraft. The injection molding process has been used to make small parts like combs and buttons.

However, Nyloncraft's expertise with Injection Molding allows us to create a wide variety of products. Our 88 ton to 3,000 ton injection molding machines can produce parts from the size of a button to the front end of a car!

The majority of today's products from diverse industries such as medical, consumer products, and the transportation sector feature extensive use of injection molded plastics.



Injection Molding - The Future?

In the 1967 film The Graduate, Mr. Robinson offered a single word of career advice to Ben, the character played by Dustin Hoffman: "Plastics." His words could not be more prophetic. Injection molding offers many advantages to alternative manufacturing methods, including low scrap (including recycling and reclamation of scrap - pieces can be melted and recycled), high productivity, and minimal finishing requirements.



Choosing An Injection Molding Company

What sets us apart from other injection molding companies?

Nyloncraft is comfortable working on the xtreme edge of injection molding and automation technology. Founded in 1956 as one of the first major mid-west injection molding companies, our 50 year history in plastic injection molding has delivered quality injection molding products to widely varied customers.

We offer a wide range of injection molding machine sizes, supporting the smallest of injection molded parts to the largest of finished products.

Nyloncraft has proven track record of success in new launches as well as transferring work from other injection molding companies. We has a history of transferring of 20-40 injection molds seamlessly for our customers.



Nyloncraft's Injection Molding Differences

  • Fully automated robotic injection molding work cell with integrated visual inspection ensures efficient production with zero defects.
  • In house mold-flow, testing, & FEA capability ensure all new jobs are designed right - from the start.
  • Over 300,000 square feet of state of the art, TS/ISO certified, injection molding and contract assembly space.
  • Electronic data exchange and virtual plant capability for injection molding and contract manufacturing