Injection molding is one of the most common production methods for production components; there is also an extensive list of available material options. Each of these materials is designed with common, general materials, such as PC-ABS, and specialty materials, such as PEEK injection moulding.


There are many properties to consider when considering plastic injection molding materials. For many of the materials, engineering and performance plastic, we have provided general characteristics to guide you into the best material for your application. Our 4-step guide helps in the selection of materials.


1. Application – Start with a thorough product application understanding.

Where is it going to be used?

How much time does it take?

How is the product exposed to environmental and mechanical conditions?

What cosmetic characteristics or other performance do you want for your product?

What economic constraints or cost constraints do you have?


2. Properties of Material

A wider knowledge of the mechanical performance of plastic material, chemical resistance, environmental requirements and technical standards for the measurement of performance is important to be able to effectively evaluate and select materials. Mold plasticinjection offers a good resource for understanding these properties. Properties of mold plasticinjection Material.


3. Choose a family of materials

You can start to narrow up your search in a family of plastic resins once you have a good understanding of application and material properties. To restrict your search to a few materials, or you can review summary descriptions of the materials most commonly specified below, use the following chart.


4. Material Specify

Use the materials resource of mold plasticinjection to collect material sheets from the manufacturer to examine specific materials and to best adapt their performance to your application. Compounding materials with alloys, fillers and additives can achieve further performance. The mold plasticinjection engineers help our customers to find economical solutions with the right performance characteristics through the complicated material selection process.


The material you choose should be deliberate with each part you produce. In this case, the usefulness, efficiency and cost of the part should be carefully considered. It is important to understand that while some materials may be more popular than others, there is no single-size production. Your choice of material will always be directly related to the application of your part at the end of the day.