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Plastic Injection OEM

Plastic Injection OEM

Kesu Group is a specialist in the manufacture of components for the injection molding industry. Our efficient and accurate injection molding process allows us to produce small and medium-sized parts of the highest quality. We have the ability to meet all requirements for plastic industrial parts in terms of material, size, shape, and tolerance.

Whether you need design for manufacturing (DFM) assistance or are ready to go into production, we offer a full range of services.


Design assistance/reverse engineering

Prototyping

Lifetime warranty on injection mold manufacturing

First part inspection

Production

Pad Printing

Assembly

Wrapping

Light distribution

Injection Molding Services

OEM process.

Customers provide samples or drawings to us for inspection.

Confirm the key parameters after analyzing the customer's sample

Quote according to the purchase quantity and mold opening, then draft the mold contract.

After receiving payment from customer, we provide detailed drawings and print 3D samples.

After the 3D sample is confirmed, the mold is officially opened. Usually the delivery time for samples is 30-60 working days.

Production order is placed after formal sample confirmation.

Our advantages.

Production raw material: Our raw material resin for OEM plastic parts is USP VIresin (USP Class 6), which can be used in medical device field.

Production Molds: The production molds we use in OEM plastic parts are strictly customized and verified according to SPI Class 101, which can ensure the accuracy of our products.

No mold release allowed: OEM plastic parts use high-end molds. We do not use any mold release agents or leave any chemicals on the plastic surface, thus ensuring that test samples are not contaminated.

Porous plastic technology: Based on our experienced porous plastic sintering technology, we can provide customized glass sand filters according to your requirements, providing a one-stop OEM service.

Production System: We are an ISO 9001 certified factory with high standards of manufacturing quality control to ensure the cleanliness of our products and freedom from contamination by exogenous sources.

Plastic Injection OEM

Plastic Injection OEM

Design for Manufacturing Basics

What is DFM?

Design for manufacturability (also known as design for manufacturing or DFM) is the process of designing a product in a way that will lead to the best manufacturing outcome.DFM enables original equipment manufacturers and contract manufacturers to identify current and potential problems and fix them during the design phase, which is the least costly time to resolve them.DFM can influence all types of project decisions, including but not limited to


Type and form of raw materials used

Dimensional tolerances

Wall thickness and draft 

Secondary machining, such as finishing

Overall approach to manufacturing the product

What is DFM in injection molding?

Design for manufacturability can be done in any type of manufacturing, but in plastic injection molding, it is used to solve specific problems. Defects that occur in plastic injection molding can be caused by defects in part design, mold design, material temperature, injection pressure, cooling time, and other parts of the manufacturing process. Almost all of these types of defects can be predicted and avoided through design for manufacturability.


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