What We Can Do For You

The process of injection molding can be defined as a manufacturing process where heated molten plastic is forced into a mold cavity under pressure.
In-Mold Decorating (IMD) is the process of bonding a compatible decorative component to a plastic part during the injection molding process.
Imperial Plastics specializes in multi-shot injection molding, and the design of high quality multi-shot tools for a wide variety of applications.
Imperial Plastics is one of the pioneers in the industry using both Low Pressure Multi Nozzle Structural Foam / Web and High Pressure Injection Foam.
If your heavy wall sectioned part requires a more cosmetic surface Imperial Plastics offers Multi-Nozzle structural web molding.
This process allows you to design thick and thin wall sections in the same part without the inherent molded-in stress traditional molding would yield.
Insert molding can best be described as injection molding a plastic material around an insert of a different material or substrate.
From basic installation of sub-components to operations that involve complex assemblies, we offer experience and skills in several types of assembly.
The different post mold decorating methods provide different capabilities and benefits. The decision of which option to use depends on your project.
Several different welding/bonding processes can be used to join two materials together in a secondary operation. The selection of a specific process begins during the design phase.
We have the capability to paint with water based and urethane based paints. Parts are prepped using one of our four sanding booths providing a dust free environment for paint adhesion.