How 3D Printing is Changing the Injection Molding Industry

How 3D Printing is Changing the Injection Molding Industry

PolyJet 3D printing provides the ability to create molds that allow manufacturers to take functional testing to a whole new level. By creating product prototypes from the same injection molding process, and materials that will be used to create their final product, injection mold makers can easily evaluate the performance, fit and quality of potential products before mass production starts.

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In this whitepaper, “Precision Prototyping: The role of 3D printed molds in the injection molding industry you will gain insights into the following:

  • How 3D printing is helping manufacturers create prototypes that perfectly mimic finished products so they can conduct accurate functional tests.
  • View the characteristics and benefits of PolyJet 3D printing versus traditional prototype production methods.
  • Examine the results of a field test done with Nypro Healthcare, a global solutions provider in the field of manufactured precision plastics.
  • Read “Best Practice Guidelines” and “Best Fit Parameters” for creating and using PolyJet molds in the injection molding process.
  • Understand which PolyJet mold materials are best suited for injection molding applications.


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You will also learn about some of the business advantages to using Polyjet 3D Printing:

  • Faster turnaround times & lower cost
  • Enhanced design freedom
  • Ability to create complex geometries
  • Superior surface finish and accuracy​


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