Tooling and Moulding


Tooling & Molding

Tooling & Injection Moulding

Injection moulded plastic parts in a range of production plastic & elastometric materials.


Tooling & Moulding

Injection moulding is regarded as the standard form of manufacturing technology for many plastic components.

At GoProto, we use injection moulding technology for creating pre-production, short-run production and mass-production parts in a huge range of plastic and elastomeric materials.  Working closely with you during the tooling design process, we take the time to understand your needs and production quantities.

Our capabilities include computer assisted design (CAD) and computer aided manufacture (CAM), high speed CNC machining, single & multi cavity tools, Moldflow, insert & over-moulding and finishing.

Pre-production, low volume, short run or mass production

Discover the injection tooling process that’s right for you!

GoProto’s experienced team, based in Melbourne (Australia), will walk you through the entire process from:

  • Picking the right type of injection tooling for your project based on your product life cycle.
  • Helping you select the plastics to use.
  • Critical dimensions you need checked.
  • Visual inspection criteria: that will help ensure the parts you’ve received exceed your quality expectations.

We provide a service that is cost-effective, timely and reliable, providing you with up-to-date project management reports through-out the entire process.

Get a quote today for all of your tooling and injection tooling needs—we are dedicated to the success of your projects!


DFM- DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE GUIDELINES

To achieve the full benefits of this manufacturing process certain design guidelines should be followed.

We’ve put together some video clips and free download whitepapers to help explain best practice for injection moulding.

https://goproto.com.au/solutions/tooling-moulding/whitepaper-design-for-manufacture-guideline-injection-moulding-vol1/

Whitepaper – Design for Manufacture : Injection Moulding Guideline Vol.1

DFM Tips: Applying draft to your CAD for injection moulding

Click here for more tooling & injection moulding guidelines.


Case Studies


“The part was received. Looks good. Thanks for your help!” — Aaron Wills (hydration products company) – Brisbane, QLD
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