Injection molds are industrial molds used for the manufacturing of plastic products through the injection molding process. The process involves melting plastic pellets and then injecting them into a mold using high pressure. The plastic then cools and solidifies into the desired shape.
Injection molds are typically made of steel or aluminum and are designed to withstand the high pressures and temperatures involved in the injection molding process. They consist of two halves: the core and the cavity. The core creates the interior shape of the product, while the cavity creates the exterior shape.
Injection molds are widely used in the production of a wide variety of plastic products, including toys, household appliances, automotive parts, and medical devices. They are essential for the mass production of high-quality plastic products that are used in many different industries.