Injection moulding

Plastic injection moulding service

At OGM we specialise in producing high-quality injection moulded parts and offer optimum productivity, quality and lead-times. Our advanced production facilities in Oxford and South Wales feature almost fifty injection moulding machines. We offer full design support to help you optimise the characteristics of each part, while maintaining the highest standards of quality at competitive cost.

Our injection moulding capability includes:

  • Conventional injection moulding from a machine range of 35 to 1,000 tonnes
  • Cleanroom moulding
  • Over moulding
  • Insert moulding
  • 2k and 3k injection moulding

We build the highest levels of quality into everything that we do and ensure every injection moulded part exceeds your expectations.

What is injection moulding with plastic?

Injection moulding with plastic is a universal manufacturing technique that can produce many different types of parts or components. These can be produced economically in large volumes and at high speeds, often at rates that are expressed in terms of tens of thousands of parts per hour. Injection moulding is capable of producing parts from a variety of thermosetting and thermoplastic resins.

What can injection moulding be used for?

Injection moulding is used to make a variety of widely used products. We are able to injection mould parts in many different materials, ranging from large format housings and enclosures, to three-shot clear mouldings and lenses, plus internal technical and high-tolerance components.

Find out how we ensured the successful launch of a highly quality critical assembly for our customer here.

Injection moulding resources

Choosing to use injection moulding

When the time comes to designing a new product it’s always important to select the best manufacturing method. As evidenced by the proliferation in use of plastic parts, injection moulding has become the most popular method of producing precision parts in large volumes.

How does an injection moulding machine work?

Before we answer that question, let’s take a broader look at the industrial uses of plastic injection moulding. It has become an important tool in the manufacture of an extraordinarily wide range of components.

Choosing appropriate materials for injection moulding

You have decided that injection moulding is the way you intend to manufacture your components; but you now face a choice as to which polymer or combination of polymers is best suited to your needs.

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