injection molding Process & Options
Wondering what happens when you call Harman Corporation for an injection molding project? We’ve outlined the
process below to help you understand what you can expect upon calling.
Once you have an idea for a custom part that needs injection molding, we can help in numerous ways. You can provide a CAD drawing or we can do one for you. Once the diagram is approved, tooling is created and a prototype is provided to you for your inspection.
Turnaround time for the prototype of most custom injection molded parts is 10-15 business days.
Knowledgeable Sales Staff
With thousands of custom parts under our belt, everyone in our sales staff is extremely knowledgeable on the process and easy to work with, making the process easy as possible from concept to prototype.
Any size, any length. No matter how custom the job, we can create a part that matches your specific requirements.
In order to place a custom injection molding order, we typically require a minimum of 5,000 parts per order. There is no maximum order quantity, and per unit pricing goes down with larger orders. Compared to dip molding or dip coating, tooling costs are relatively high for injection molding, but those costs are amortized over the total volume required and injection molding is often the most cost effective method (depending on the size of the part) if you are ordering 100,000 parts or more.