We dispose of a versatile tooling park

With a machine park of >10 injection presses ranging from 22T up to 300T we are able to perform micro-injections as of 0.1 cm3 up to pieces of 800 cm3 in volume.

Our machine park is equipped to work with with a wide range type of (reinforced) plastic such as:

  • Polypropylene (PP): A versatile thermoplastic with excellent chemical resistance, good impact strength, and low cost. It is used in a wide range of applications, including packaging, automotive parts, toys, and medical devices.
  • Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS): A tough, rigid, and impact-resistant thermoplastic known for its excellent mechanical properties. It is commonly used in automotive parts, consumer goods, appliances, and electronics.
  • Polystyrene (PS): A rigid and transparent thermoplastic with good dimensional stability and low cost. It is used in a wide range of applications, including packaging, consumer goods, and medical devices.
  • Polycarbonate (PC): A transparent, impact-resistant thermoplastic with excellent strength and heat resistance. It is commonly used in automotive parts, electrical and electronic components, and medical devices.
  • Polyethylene terephthalate (PET): A strong and transparent thermoplastic commonly used for packaging applications, such as bottles for beverages and food products.
  • Polyamide (PA, commonly known as Nylon): A strong and durable thermoplastic with good mechanical properties, chemical resistance, and heat resistance. It is used in various applications, including automotive parts, industrial components, and consumer goods.
  • Polyoxymethylene (POM, commonly known as Acetal): A high-strength thermoplastic with excellent dimensional stability, low friction, and good wear resistance. It is used in applications such as gears, bearings, and automotive components.

These are some of the main plastic materials used in injection molding, each with its unique properties and applications. The selection of the appropriate plastic material depends on the specific requirements of the end product, including mechanical properties, chemical resistance, heat resistance, transparency, cost, and more.

IPIC Plastic has extensive expertise in the integration of plastic with biodegradable materials (such as oyster shells, paper, wood, etc.)

Our experts are there to help you select the most appropriate material for your product.

Your piece, your color of choice

We offer a limitless number of colors at your disposal, including metallic effects or finishing

Plastic injection and so much more

  • Overmolding (with metal Inserts, polymers,...): Overmolding is a manufacturing process where one material is molded onto or around another material, typically using a two-step injection molding process, to create a single integrated component with improved functionality, aesthetics, or durability.
  • Assembly of various parts into a semi-finished/finished product: The process of assembly of semi-finished and finished products involves combining individual components or sub-assemblies together, following established procedures and specifications, to create a final product that is ready for use or sale.
  • Ultrasonic welding: Ultrasonic welding is a bonding process that uses high-frequency mechanical vibrations to generate heat and join thermoplastic materials together in a quick and efficient manner.
  • Printing on injected pieces: Process of applying ink or other marking methods onto the surface of plastic components that have been manufactured using injection molding, to add labels, logos, or other decorative or functional information.
  • Tailored Packaging: Good packaging in manufacturing is crucial as it not only protects products from damage during transportation and storage, but also conveys critical information, enhances brand identity, and influences consumer purchasing decisions.

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