Injection molded components are consistently designed to minimize the design and manufacturing information content of the enterprise system.   The resulting designs, however, are extremely complex and frequently exhibit coupling between multiple qualities attributes.   Axiomatic design principles were applied to the injection molding process to add control parameters that enable the spatial and dynamic decoupling of multiple quality attributes in the molded part.
There are three major benefits of the process redesign effort. First, closed loop pressure control has enabled tight coupling between the mass and momentum equations. This tight coupling allows the direct input and controllability of the melt pressure. Second, the use of multiple melt actuators provides for the decoupling of melt pressures between different locations in the mold cavity. Such decoupling can then be used to maintain functional independence of multiple qualities attributes. Third, the heat equation has been decoupled from the mass and momentum equations. This allows the mold to be filled under isothermal conditions. Once the cavities are completely full and attain the desired packing pressure, then the cooling is allowed to progress.


Injection molding is the most commonly used manufacturing process for the fabrication of plastic parts. A wide variety of products are manufactured using injection molding, which vary greatly in their size, complexity, and application. The injection molding process requires the use of an injection molding machine, raw plastic material, and a mold. The plastic is melted in the injection molding machine and then injected into the mold, where it cools and solidifies into the final part. The steps in this process are described in greater detail in the next section.
Injection molding is used to produce thin-walled plastic parts for a wide variety of applications, one of the most common being plastic housings. Plastic housing is a thin-walled enclosure, often requiring many ribs and bosses on the interior. These housings are used in a variety of products including household appliances, consumer electronics, power tools, and as automotive dashboards. Other common thin-walled products include different types of open containers, such as buckets. Injection molding is also used to produce several everyday items such as toothbrushes or small plastic toys. Many medical devices, including valves and syringes, are manufactured using injection molding as well.


  1. Latesh Hole. (,chemical engg.

    I want report on injection molding proces

  2. sathishkumar.(,mechanical engineering.

    i want to waterjet machining process


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