Injection molding is a manufacturing process during which heated material, such as rubber or plastic, is injected into a mold. It is a cost-effective way to quickly mass produce parts for a wide variety of industries and applications. Even toy manufacturers, such as LegoⓇ, use injection molding.
From automotive appliances, to packaging, to electronics, this process is increasing in popularity. It’s so popular that by 2024, the global market for injection molding is expected to reach almost $350 billion.