Most product manufacturers have a choice to make when they need custom cases. There are many advantages to using blow molding as compared to injection molding cases.
If you are considering injection-molded cases over blow-molded cases, then there are a few advantages and disadvantages to using either process.
Advantages of Blow Molding Cases
The process that blow mold manufacturers use is not time-consuming or lengthy. The process is affordable and produces long-lasting cases that are lightweight and available to use in many different situations.
We can blow mold products in a variety of volumes, including low and high. The blow molded process gives product designers a good amount of flexibility over the manufacturing of the products.
Blow molded products can produce a high volume of products in a quick turnaround time. Having the ability to produce a high volume gives product producers the ability to create a lot of cases in a short amount of time, when needed. In the economy now, manufacturers can match the demand for products as they happen
Advantages of Injection Molded Cases
Injection molding involves more effort on creating the mold. The molds are specially designed. For this reason, the mold specifically addresses the specifications for the product. Manufacturers often run injection-molded products in high volumes. The product producer will likely have many cases to put in stock as a result of the need for high volume. The injection molding process is more ideal for a high volume of cases needed.
Types of Products Blow Molding Produces
Blow molded products are not only for cases, but for a variety of products.
- These include:
- Ducts for automobiles
- Traffic safety items
- Housings for fans
- Sporting goods
- Watering cans
- Household products
- And more
Contact Blow Mold Manufacturers, Western Case, to Start Your Project
At Western Case, we provide one-stop turnkey blow mold manufacturing for your products. To get started, please contact us. You can call us by phone at 951-214-6380, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or complete the contact form on our website: http://westerncase.com/contact-us/.