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Injection Molding

Injection molding stands as a pivotal technique essential for crafting diverse parts across industries. As a prominent player in custom injection molding, HARBEC excels in tailoring solutions to a wide array of clientele. Our expertise lies in delivering products with exceptional strength and durability, coupled with swift production capabilities to cater to high-volume demands. HARBEC is fully equipped to address every aspect of a client’s injection molding requirements.

Our Services

Welcome to our comprehensive Injection Molding Services hub, where precision meets versatility. We specialize in a range of techniques to bring your plastic molding needs to life. From the foundational Plastic Injection Molding to the specialized artistry of Overmolding, the efficiency of Cavitational Molding, and the expertise in Transfer Molding, we have the tools and skills to match your project’s requirements. Our dedication to excellence extends to the realm of Scientific Molding, ensuring that each product meets exacting standards and performs optimally. Whatever your molding needs may be, we are equipped to turn your vision into a tangible reality.

  • Plastic Injection Molding: This is a standard method for producing plastic parts by injecting molten plastic into a mold cavity where it cools and solidifies to the desired shape.
  • Overmolding: Overmolding involves molding one material (usually a soft or elastomeric polymer) over another, often to enhance grip, aesthetics, or functionality.
  • Cavitational Molding: Cavitational molding is a technique used to produce multiple parts in a single mold cycle by creating multiple identical cavities within the mold.
  • Transfer Molding: Transfer molding is a process where the plastic is preheated and then pushed into a mold cavity. It’s often used for parts that require precise control over molding details.
  • Scientific Molding: Scientific molding is a data-driven and controlled approach to injection molding, optimizing the process based on thorough analysis and precise measurements to ensure consistent and high-quality results.


With plastic, we can produce results in volume with remarkable certainty and economy. When creating repeatable products, injection molding machines can use pre-designed molds or those that meet specific specifications.

  • 2 Transfer molding machine
  • 26 Electric injection machines
    (clamping pressure range of 55 to 585 tons)
  • Scientific molding
  • SPC control
  • End of arm automation & vision system
  • Prototype to production quality molds


Materials should be selected based on their properties, manufacturing characteristics, cosmetic appearance, and cost. We have 300 engineered thermoplastic grades of materials in-house:

  • ABS, Nylon, Polycarbonate, TPU
  • Bioresins: reclaimed, biodegradable
  • Chemical-resistant: Isoplast™
  • Filled: carbon, glass, metal, mineral
  • High-density: EcoMass™
  • High-heat: PEEK, Radel™, Stanyl™, Ultem™
  • Thermally-conductive: Electric and dielectric

Design Guide: Injection Molding

Unlock the full potential of your projects with our quick-reference guide, with expert insights and essential design considerations curated from our time in business.

Quick-Turn Molds

Explore rapid Injection Molding, where creativity meets efficiency for swift prototype realization.

  • Unique Mold Setup: Our proprietary mold setup is tailored for rapid prototyping, seamlessly delivering production-quality molded parts within record time.
  • Versatile Form, Fit, and Functionality: Ideal for prototypes requiring versatile form, fit, and function testing.
  • Efficient Design and Build Process: Our team collaborates closely, optimizing designs for quick and effective manufacturability.
  • Adaptive Geometry Capability: Our quick-turn molds excel in crafting intricate features and complex geometries maintaining consistent quality and precision across all aspects of your prototypes.
Mastering Precision

The Art and Science of Injection Molding

Injection molding is a precise and efficient manufacturing process where molten material, often thermoplastics, is injected into a custom mold to create intricate parts and products. It involves material preparation, injection into molds, cooling, and ejection. This technique finds versatile applications across industries, from automotive and consumer goods to medical devices. Key benefits include exceptional precision, cost-effective mass production, material versatility, reduced waste, and enhanced product strength and durability. Intrigued to learn more about the fascinating world of injection molding? Dive deeper by reading our blog.

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Within ADDMAN, we present a comprehensive service package, allowing for the production of every part at any volume, throughout the entire process. Our platform is designed to make the manufacturing process seamless, allowing you to upload your part files and have them produced to your exact specifications. Whether you need low-requirement parts for simple production or one-time use, or high-requirement parts for rigorous environments such as space, aerospace & defense, and medical, we’ve got you covered.

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