ABS Injection Molding

- Oct 26, 2017-

Why Use ABS for Injection Molding?

            One of the most commonly used materials in injection molding is ABS: Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene. ABS is a thermoplastic material known for its high impact resistance and toughness. Furthermore, it exhibits good resistance to scratching and rigidity with an excellent dimensional stability. ABS also works well in conjunction with metal coatings due to them being able to adhere strongly to ABS material. Due to it's thermoplastic properties ABS is easily plastic injection molded. ABS has a low melting temperature and is also an inexpensive material.

Benefits of ABS Injection Molding

  • Cost

  • Platable and paintable

  • Strength and rigidity of the finished product

  • Strength to weight ratio

      ABS molded parts are used in a wide range of industries, such as manufacturing, automotive, medical, and marine. ABS is not recommended for food applications.

Specific Products We Have Made Using ABS Injection Molding:

  • Appliance manufacturing such as universal phone adapters

  • Parts to make automotive covers

  • Medical products

  • Marine products

  • Plastic Toys

  • Keys on a keyboard