Injection Molded Parts in <24 Hours? Low-Volume Injection Molding 101

Injection Molded Parts in <24 Hours? Low-Volume Injection Molding 101

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The majority of plastic products in the world today are manufactured by injection molding. However, fabricating molds can be prohibitively expensive and time-consuming and is not cost-effective for low-volume production. Fortunately, for limited quantities, molds don’t always need to be machined out of metal—they can be 3D printed.

In this webinar, we'll show you how to use stereolithography (SLA) 3D printed molds in the injection molding process to lower costs, reduce lead times, and bring better products to market. Through the real-life case studies with a contract manufacturer, a product development company, and a leading petrochemical company, you'll learn how 3D printing enables on-demand fabrication of rapid tooling to quickly produce small batches of thermoplastic parts.

What you will learn:

  • How to injection mold parts with 3D printed rapid tooling
  • Step by step guide to in-house rapid injection molding
  • Real-life case studies with rapid tools for injection molding

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Webinar Speakers


Juliette Combe

Application Engineer, Formlabs

Juliette Combe is an application engineer at Formlabs, conducting research on 3D printing workflows for engineering and manufacturing. Her scope of work includes collaborations with customers, in-house testing, and knowledge transfer through the creation of technical content and training. Previously, she worked in the Open Innovation group at GE Power. She has a master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from ETH Zurich and carried out research on nano-3D printing at UC Berkeley.