Rapid Prototyping Injection Molding Service

Bring your ideas to life with the power of our advanced technology and on-demand services. With rapid prototyping, get your preliminary product and evaluate the product development process. At Kemal, rapid prototyping processes reply on.

Rapid Prototyping Injection Molding Service (RPIM) combines the speed of rapid prototyping with the robustness of traditional injection molding. It’s a pivotal solution in modern manufacturing. This technique is used to develop plastic parts for various industries, particularly where time and cost efficiency are concerns.


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What is Rapid Prototyping Injection Molding Service?

Rapid Prototyping Injection Molding (also known as bridge tooling) is an advanced manufacturing technique. It pairs the quick-paced development of prototypes with the technical specifications of traditional injection molding. It’s especially valuable for creating functional prototypes or conducting low-volume production runs efficiently. 

  • Simplified Tooling: Forget the expensive, hardened steel molds used in traditional injection molding. Rapid prototyping relies on softer metals like aluminum. These molds are faster and cheaper to produce.
  • Production-Grade Materials: The molds are simplified, but production quality plastics are used. This gives you prototypes identical in material properties to the final product.
  • Speed: The entire manufacturing process is optimized for speed. This means you get functional parts in weeks rather than months.
Rapid Prototyping Injection Molding Service

Our Rapid Prototyping Processes

The rapid prototyping injection molding service is designed to be fast. The speed enables the process to go from design to functional part in a fraction of the usual time. This rapidity is crucial for multiple aspects of product development:
Rapid Prototyping Injection Molding - Kemal Precision Manufacturing
Our Rapid Prototyping Injection Molding Services - Kemal Precision Manufacturing

1. Design Validation

  • Functionality Testing: RPIM creates quality parts with the material characteristics of final products. This is perfect for accurate performance testing under various conditions.
  • Assembly Testing: Ensures that all components fit together properly before large-scale manufacturing begins. This saves costs and time on rework.

2. Iteration and Refinement

  • Rapid prototyping allows for quick identification of design flaws in production parts. This enables speedy modifications and retesting. This process is vital for refining the product.

3. Market Testing

  • Small batches of the product can be produced for market testing. It’s the ideal way to gather user feedback and assess demand. This data is key in decision-making for full-scale production.

4. Bridging the Gap

  • While the final rapid molds are being prepared, tooling is often used to meet immediate production needs. This maintains market presence and testing the distribution channels.

Rapid Prototyping Injection Molding Process

The RPIM production process involves several key steps for initial prototyping, which include: 

  1. Design and CAD Modeling: Designing parts for injection molding. Using CAD software for precise modeling.
  2. Rapid Tooling: Use CNC machining or 3D printing to create “soft” molds quickly. Aluminum tooling is popular. 
  3. Plastic Injection Molding: The core process. Molten plastic is injected into the mold, followed by rapid cooling to form the part.
  4. Post-Processing: Apply finishing touches and surface finish treatments. These enhance the look and function of the part.

Rapid Injection Molding Materials

ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene):

Mainly used in automotive and consumer electronics applications. ABS is valued for its robust impact resistance and toughness. This material is ideal for crafting initial versions of injection molded parts like car interior components and electronic device casings during the rapid prototyping phase.


A favorite in the packaging and consumer goods industries due to its fatigue resistance and flexibility. Polypropylene is perfect for plastic part designs for items such as food containers. This shows how injection molding is used to withstand repeated usage.


For prototype injection mold projects that need precision, thermal stability, and clarity. Engineers can evaluate performance and durability before proceeding to production tooling. It’s perfect for things like protective covers and medical housings.


Renowned for its strength and resistance to wear. It’s an essential material for prototype tools in the aerospace and automotive sectors. Nylon is often used to test parts that undergo high mechanical stress, like gears and bushings.

Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU):

Ideal for prototype tooling in the sports and automotive industries. TPU offers exceptional flexibility and durability. It’s commonly used to prototype parts with elastomeric properties, like seals and gaskets.


Chosen for prototype molds in chemical and industrial settings due to its chemical resistance and low friction. It’s used to test the function of tanks, valves, and fittings exposed to harsh substances.

Thermoplastic Elastomers (TPE):

Thermoplastic molding is optimal for consumer goods and medical prototypes that need a soft touch. Think tool grips or medical wearables. TPE’s rubber-like flexibility and comfort make it excellent for user experience testing.

Benefits of Rapid Prototyping Injection Molding Service

  • Fast Turnaround Time: Simplified tooling produces molds and parts rapidly. This significantly cuts down development timelines. 
  • Functional, Production-Grade Prototypes: Prototypes are just like the final product. This makes it easy to do reliable testing and validation. 
  • Reduced Risk & Cost Savings: Early detection of design flaws saves costly changes to tooling later. The repeatability of RPIM reduces resource wastage. 
  • Market Validation & Early Manufacturing: An opportunity for early market entry and feedback collection. Crucial for product success! 
Benefits of Rapid Prototyping Injection Molding Service

Applications of Prototyping Injection Molding Services

  • Automotive: Injection molded parts are essential for developing and testing. Parts like dashboard panels and HVAC components can be tested before they’re mass-produced. This allows for design adjustments to get the best function and fit. 
  • Medical Device: Manufacturers use injection molding service to produce molded parts of devices. Surgical tools and diagnostic equipment casings are prime examples. This verifies design specifications and makes sure products meet strict medical standards before full production. 
  • Consumer Electronics: Injection molding prototype helps in the rapid development of consumer electronics. It allows for the creation and repetition of parts like battery cases and buttons. Manufacturers can test features, durability, and user experience before committing to large production runs. 
  • Packaging: Prototype molding helps develop new designs for containers and caps, testing their functionality before scaling up for market release. For example, making sure caps fit securely or bottles withstand certain pressures. 
  • Construction: Injection molding applications extend to construction. It helps develop and test components like electrical junction boxes or pipe fittings. It also makes sure they meet important specifications for size, strength, and compatibility. 
  • Toys: Manufacturers use rapid prototype processes to create and test new toy designs. It’s essential to make sure toys are safe, engaging for children, and functional!
  • Aerospace: Relies on prototyping injection molding to make and test items like air vents and housing units. These prototypes must withstand extreme conditions and rigorous testing to make sure they’re safe and effective.

What’s the Difference Between
Rapid Injection Molding and On-Demand Manufacturing?

Both services provide flexibility and speed. But prototyping with injection molding is tailored for quick production of injection-molded parts. Using rapid tooling, it’s ideal for prototypes and small batch production. 

On-demand manufacturing uses a wider range of technologies. So it’s suitable for a wider variety of production volumes and materials.

FeatureRapid Prototyping Injection Molding ServicesOn-Demand Manufacturing Tools
ScopeInjection molding with rapid toolingBroader range of technologies (3D printing, CNC machining, etc.)
Production VolumeMainly prototyping and smaller volumesPrototyping and larger production runs
Material RangeFocused on injection moldable plasticsMore diverse (plastics, metals, composites)
FocusRapid creation of prototype parts Flexible production for customization and low-volume needs
SuitabilityMainly prototyping, with some low-volume productionPrototyping and production (depending on technology)

Prototype Injection Molding Considerations

  • Mold Design Complexity:
    • Complex mold designs need advanced CNC machining or 3D printing. These can accurately produce detailed parts, crucial in automotive and aerospace industries. 
  • Material Selection:
    • Choosing the right materials is essential for meeting functional and regulatory standards. This is especially important in the medical and food packaging industries. 
  • Production Volume Estimation:
    • Accurately estimating production volume helps gauge market demand. This is vital in consumer electronics and toys to adjust production strategies efficiently. 
  • Cost Considerations:
    • Keeping costs low is crucial in consumer goods and construction. Prototype injection molding tests designs and materials economically before large-scale production.
  • Lead Time:
    • Reducing lead time is key in fast-moving markets like technology. Rapid prototyping and rapid tooling speed up the process.
  • Quality Assurance:
    • Industries like aerospace and medical devices have high safety and performance standards. This means thorough testing of prototypes is needed to ensure quality and functionality.
  • Environmental Impact:
    • Using eco-friendly materials and minimizing waste are important for reducing the environmental footprint.

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Your Rapid Prototyping Injection Molding Service Provider

Ready to take your plastic product from concept to market? Rapid prototyping injection molding service is the answer. At Kemal Precision Manufacturing Ltd, we’ll produce parts identical to your specs. Get ready to accelerate your time to launch. Get a quote today! 

Our rapid prototyping injection molding service includes: 

  • Fast Design Validation: Our experts analyze your part for manufacturing efficiency. This reduces the need for costly design changes before production. 
  • Material Selection: Rapidly test materials with functional prototypes. We’ll help you select the perfect plastics for performance, look, and feel, reducing the risk of late-stage changes. 
  • Precision Mold Manufacturing: Get high-quality production-representative parts quickly. Our rapid tooling expertise ensures your prototypes are molded for accuracy. You can enjoy high confidence in product performance!
  • Small Batch or High-Volume Production: We support low volume manufacturing needs. But we can scale seamlessly when your product is ready for larger runs.

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