Injection molding creates some of the smallest microcellular parts and pieces needed for automobiles, construction, and other items. Additionally, there is an insert molding magnet that helps to complete the injection process. The process creates prototypes or other items that may come from polyurethane Reaction Injection Molding (RIM) processed materials. With the different materials used in this process, any of them may be cells as small as one-thousandth of an inch.
The Injection Molding Process for Microcellular Systems
Many different processes are able to produce these prototypes and microcellular items. It may be RIM or even the polyurethane injection molding process where there is a combination of two liquid components. In either of these processes, there may be a combination of polyurethane, polyureas, polyisocyanurates, polyester, polyphenol, polyepoxide, and nylon 6. It could be the creation of a fiber mesh or a foamed material, though some of the thicker ones a