For the rapid manufacture of plastic injection molded parts, ZTL Technologies
offers complete manufacturing solutions all under one roof. A multitude of plastic
materials are available to be used in the plastic injection molding process. Additionally,
completed plastic parts can undergo multiple surface finishes extending their use,
range of capabilities, and enhancing their appearance.
Once a mold is created, literally thousands of identical plastic parts can be made
using it. This helps increase efficiency, decrease costs, and get your product in your
hands faster. Plastic injection molding has uses across nearly every industry
- Home Goods
- Consumer Electronics
Plastic parts are used in nearly every industrial application! If you need it made, come
talk to us. Plastic injection molding is a simple and cost-effective solution for small-batch
and low-volume manufacturing.
Plastic injection molding produces high-quality plastic parts:
- in a variety of custom shapes, sizes, colors, and textures
- strong enough to weather extreme conditions
- built to last
Every project starts with an idea. Whether you have a CAD file ready,
or need assistance taking your idea and turning it into a design, ZTL
Technologies is ready to assist! Plastic injection molded parts might
be part of a small inner-working, or the focal point of your entire
product. In every case, you have our full attention. Our team can
aid in design, help with material selection, or help in any way you
require – we are here to serve you! Once your design is ready for
production, your mold is created.
Your mold is not your finished product. It is the mold with which
we will rapidly produce thousands of identical copies of your finished
product. Your mold is created in our own CNC department, reducing
time and costs. The mold is a hollowed-out cavity, built to
specification, using our CNC and EDM machines.
To create plastic parts, molds are filled with plastic pellets, then
superheated and injected to form a solid mass within. Once it cools,
the plastic part encased in the mold is built precisely to your design
- Your design may require a process called Overmolding, the
- layering of multiple polymers into one mold for added color, texture, and strength.
One mold can produce thousands of identical units.
Finishing and Shipping
We offer a full range of finishing options to add protective and decorative layers to
your plastic parts. After completion, parts are professionally packaged and shipped.
All shipments are tracked ensuring you receive your shipment in a safe and timely manner.