The Advantages of OEM Rapid Injection Molding Prototyping: Accelerating Innovation and Reducing Costs


OEM rapid injection molding prototyping has revolutionized the manufacturing industry by offering a fast and cost-effective way to develop and test new product designs. With its ability to quickly produce high-quality prototypes, this technique has become an indispensable tool for companies looking to stay competitive in today's rapidly evolving market. In this blog post, we will explore the benefits and applications of OEM rapid injection molding prototyping and how it can accelerate innovation while reducing costs.

1. Speeding Up the Design and Development Process

Traditional product development processes can be time-consuming, with multiple iterations required to finalize a design. OEM rapid injection molding prototyping cuts down on this timeline by allowing for rapid iterations and quick adjustments. With the ability to produce a prototype in a matter of days, designers and engineers can validate their concepts and make necessary modifications without wasting valuable time.

2. Cost-Effectiveness

OEM rapid injection molding prototyping also offers cost advantages compared to traditional manufacturing methods. By manufacturing prototypes using injection molding, companies can utilize the same tooling and equipment that will be used for mass production. This eliminates the need for separate prototype tooling, reducing upfront costs significantly. Additionally, any design flaws or issues can be identified and addressed early in the process, avoiding costly mistakes in the later stages of manufacturing.

3. Enhancing Product Functionality and Performance

Rapid injection molding prototyping allows designers to test and refine their product designs before committing to mass production. By producing functional prototypes, they can evaluate the performance, functionality, and ergonomics of the product in real-world conditions. This early validation helps in identifying and rectifying any design flaws or performance issues, ensuring that the final product meets or exceeds customer expectations.

4. Iterative Design and Continuous Improvement

One of the key advantages of OEM rapid injection molding prototyping is the ability to iterate designs quickly. As each iteration takes a matter of days rather than weeks or months, designers can make continuous improvements based on customer feedback and evolving market demands. This iterative design process fosters innovation, allowing companies to enhance their products and gain a competitive edge.

5. Accelerating Time to Market

In today's fast-paced market, a shorter time to market can make a significant difference in the success of a product. OEM rapid injection molding prototyping expedites the overall product development process by reducing design and testing cycles. By rapidly iterating and refining designs, companies can bring products to market faster, gaining a competitive advantage and capturing market share ahead of their competitors.

6. Application in Various Industries

OEM rapid injection molding prototyping finds applications across multiple industries, including automotive, aerospace, medical devices, consumer electronics, and more. In the automotive sector, it is used for developing new car components and improving the efficiency of existing designs. In the medical industry, rapid prototyping enables the development of customized medical devices and implants, revolutionizing patient care. The versatility and wide-ranging applications of this technology make it an invaluable tool for companies in various sectors.


OEM rapid injection molding prototyping is a game-changer in the manufacturing industry. With its ability to accelerate the design and development process, reduce costs, and enhance product functionality, this technique offers significant advantages over traditional manufacturing methods. By leveraging rapid injection molding prototyping, companies can stay ahead of the competition, bring products to market faster, and drive innovation. Embracing this technology can propel businesses towards success in today's dynamic market landscape.

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On-demand Rapid Injection Molding

Sigma’s rapid tooling service helps you to have the low volume to large volume plastic parts done, with no compromise on the material selection.

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Our rapid injection molding Application

Sigma Technik Limited's rapid injection molding service injects molten plastic materials into molds using injection molding machines and molds, and cools and solidifies them over a certain period of time, ultimately forming the required plastic parts. This manufacturing process is usually suitable for producing small and medium-sized plastic parts, which can obtain high-quality and precise parts in a short period of time.

Plastic Injection Molding

Injection molding is a common manufacturing process to produce low volume to large volumes of parts typically made out of plastic. The process involves injecting molten material into a mold and letting it cool to a solid-state.

Liquid Silicone Rubber Molding

Liquid Silicone Rubber is known as LSR, which is a process used to produce parts made from silicone rubber, widely used create products such as medical devices, automotive parts, baby care products, and many others.

2K Injection molding

2K injection molding is a manufacturing process in which two different types of plastic materials are molded together in a single operation to create a single homogeneous component. This process allows for efficient and cost-effective production of high-quality parts that can perform unique functions.

Overmolding and Insert Molding

Overmolding / Insert molding combines two or more materials into a single part, one of the material is usually soft and flexible, or metal. The purpose of overmolding/insert molding is to add functionality, improve grip, provide protection, or enhance aesthetics.

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Rapid injection molding materials


ABS is a type of plastic with high strength, hardness, and toughness. It has good impact resistance and wear resistance, and is suitable for manufacturing shells, components, and models.


PC is a transparent, high-strength, high-temperature resistant, and excellent electrical insulation material. It is suitable for manufacturing transparent components, electronic components, and automotive components.


PP is a relatively flexible material with excellent corrosion resistance and high temperature resistance. It is suitable for manufacturing containers, pipelines, baby bottles, etc.


PA is a material with high strength, high rigidity, and wear resistance. It is suitable for manufacturing gears, bearings, brackets, etc.


POM is a material with excellent wear resistance, toughness, and rigidity. It is suitable for manufacturing gears, bearings, pulleys, etc.


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Sigma Technik Limited, as a prototype production company and rapid manufacturer focusing on rapid prototyping and low volume production of plastic and metal parts, has advanced manufacturing technology, one-stop service, diversified manufacturing methods, on-demand manufacturing services and efficient manufacturing processes, which can provide customers with high-quality, efficient and customized product manufacturing services and help customers improve product quality and market competitiveness.


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Rapid Injection Molding FAQs

Burrs appear on the surface of the product, which affects its aesthetics and safety. The solution can be to adjust the parameters of the injection molding machine, such as temperature, pressure, speed, etc., or to perform post-processing, such as polishing, sandblasting, etc.

The warping deformation of the product is usually caused by unstable parameters such as temperature and pressure of the injection molding machine, or improper mold design. The solution can be to adjust parameters such as temperature and pressure, or to redesign the mold.

The occurrence of bubbles inside the product may be due to the high temperature of the injection molding machine and the high moisture content of the material. The solution can be to reduce the temperature of the injection molding machine, adjust the water content of the material, increase the pressure of the injection molding machine, etc.

The product size deviation is too large, which may be caused by material thermal expansion, mold deformation and other reasons. The solution can be to adjust parameters and optimize mold design based on material characteristics.