High-quality Injection Molded Parts Including ISO 13485 Certified Medical Device Manufacturing
Xometry's network has decades of experience with plastic injection molding for parts used in medical applications. Our strength is helping our customers make complex parts that our competitors often can't make. We offer:
We also help you navigate the complexities of the injection molding process. Our skilled team of engineers:
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Custom Molded Prototypes and Production Parts with Fast Lead Times
High Quality Process for Pilot Runs, Low-Volume Production, and Bridge Tooling
Make Strong, Functional Prototypes and Production Parts With Insert Molding
|Class 105 tool||Under 500||Prototype only. This mold will be constructed in the least expensive manner possible to produce a very limited quantity of prototype parts. Also known as a Class V tool.||A one-and-done market test of 100 molded units.|
|Class 104 tool||Under 100,000||Low production mold. Use only for limited production preferably with non-abrasive materials. Low to moderate price range. Also known as a Class IV tool.||Aluminum or MUD tooling, SPI B-3 finish, hand-loaded cores and limited re-runs.|
|Class 103 tool||Under 500,000||Medium production mold. This is a very popular mold for low to medium production needs. Most common price range. Also known as a Class III tool.||Aluminum or steel tooling, automated lifts or slides, multiple re-runs with batches between 1,000-5,000 units.|
|Class 102 tool||Under 1,000,000||Medium to high production, good for abrasive materials and/or parts requiring close tolerance. This is a high quality, fairly high priced mold. Also known as a Class II tool.||Steel tooling with an SPI A-2 finish, automated slides, scheduled production cycles.|
|Class 101 tool||Over 1,000,000||Built for extremely high production. This is the highest-priced mold and is made with only the highest quality materials. Also known as a Class I tool.||Multiple-cavity steel tooling with full automation and overnight production workcenters for dedicated part manufacturing.|
The injection molding industry often defines molds by their class. This goes from Class 105, a prototype mold (e.g., a 100 piece one-and-done market test), to Class 101, which is built for extremely high production (e.g., making tens-of-millions contact lens cases). Xometry typically produces Class 104, 103, and 102 tools.
Moldmaker's choice of finish. Typically SPI B-3 to D-3 depending on geometry and drafts. Interior, non-cosmetic faces, are typically as-machined.
Range of finishes including matte, swirls, lines, and patterns. Finishes include: MoldTech - MT11010 MoldTech - MT11020 MoldTech - MT11030 MoldTech - MT112XX MoldTech - MT114XX MoldTech - MT116XX
Range of finishes from Grade 3 diamond / high polish to 320 stone low polish. Finishes include: SPI A-1 SPI A-2 SPI A-3 SPI B-1 SPI B-2 SPI B-3 SPI C-1 SPI C-2 SPI C-3 SPI D-1
No secondary polishing or grinding. Part will show tooling marks.
Xometry can match other mold textures upon request.
Using low-cost tooling allows molded parts to be produced very rapidly and cost-effectively--even when compared to 3D printing
Molding is best known for producing production parts in the many thousands or even millions.
Choose from millions of possible combinations of materials, finishes, tolerances, markings, and certifications, including ISO 13485, for your order.
Get your parts delivered right to your door without the hassle of sourcing, project management, logistics, or shipping.
Only the top 6% of shops that apply to become Partners make it through our multi-tiered qualification process, so you can be confident your parts will be made right.