Axxicon’s experience and expertise in injection molding can help you produce high-quality parts in higher volumes.
We offer a range of solutions to meet the unique needs of every project. We have been specialized in a variety of molding techniques, including straight injection molding, injection compression molding, 2K molding, and variothermal molding, allowing us to produce parts with the highest quality and consistency.
Straight injection moulding is a term used to describe the conventional injection moulding process, which is the most common type of injection moulding technique.
Injection compression moulding is a variation of the conventional injection moulding process. In this technique, the molten plastic material is injected into a partially open mould cavity, which is then closed by a compression force that applies pressure to the material.
The compression force is typically applied either during or immediately after the injection stage, and is used to ensure that the material fills the mould cavity completely and uniformly. This technique can help to reduce the presence of internal stresses and warpage in the finished part.
2K injection moulding, is a type of injection moulding technique that allows the production of parts with two different materials or colors in a single moulding cycle.
In this process, two different materials are injected into a single mould in two separate shots, using two different injection units. The first shot creates the base part or substrate, and the second shot adds a second material to form a specific feature or component of the final product, such as a grip or seal.
The basic principle of a vario thermal system is to create an ideal molding condition; a hot mould during the injeciton stage and a cold mould during the cooling stage.