Injection moulded parts brought to market faster with lower project costs and more complex geometries by HP Multi-Jet Fusion

The troublesome cost and extensive time investment required for injection molding is a production problem that requires a solution. Customers of IPF have been lucky enough to be opened up to the opportunity of fast, low-cost production parts without the traditional burdens.

The concerns:
Limited design? Huge MOQ? Expensive setup/tooling costs? Post-production assembly? Extensive supply chain?

The solution:
HP Multi-Jet Fusion with IPF

  • Production expertise and design guidance
  • Complex geometries and optimised design
  • Component consolidation – streamlined production with assembly reduction
  • Faster product realism – development cycle or time to market

When weighed up against high entry costs for injection moulds and the difficulty in correcting mistakes, it’s hard not to consider additive manufacturing for your injection moulded parts.
IPF have helped our clients through the design and manufacturing process using custom designs with improvements in function and aesthetics.

Designers and manufacturers have the flexibility of optimising their designs for purpose and functionality, not just manufacturing method.

With MJF, mistakes can be realised and in a much shorter development time than injection moulding- HP

HP illustrates the beakeven for investing in their 3D printer, against having parts injection moulded.

In a landscape where additive manufacturing technologies are considered too costly or slow (or both) to be useful for wider adoption, this is a paradigm shift that makes 3D printing a viable alternative to injection moulding in mass manufacturing” - all3DP

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Product value has been notably increased by utilising the high versatility of processes including Machining and Fabrication, post processing, polishing, bead blasting, tumbling or dyeing which can all be done in house at IPF.