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Compression molding: where precision meets innovation. This process involves manufacturing parts by placing material within a heated metal mold and applying controlled pressure. The trifecta of material, heat, and force are delicately orchestrated to ensure that the final product achieves the exact geometry and shape envisioned.

Advantages of Compression Molding

Large & Intricate Moldings

This method is perfect for crafting intricate large components, lending itself to creating detailed designs that truly stand out.


Compared to other molding techniques, compression molding is one of the lowest cost options for the molding of interior trim components.

Minimal Waste

Compression molding results in very little wasted material, making it a great choice for processing a variety of materials including expensive compounds.

High Production Efficiency

The process is well-suited for high-volume production runs. Multiple cavities can be incorporated into the mold, allowing for the simultaneous production of multiple parts in each cycle.

Consistent Quality

Compression molding provides excellent control over part dimensions and tolerances. The process allows for consistent quality and precision in the manufactured parts.


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Molding Process Selection

Though compression molding has several advantages over other molding processes, there are still restrictions and several different ways the compression molding process can be accomplished.

For more information on choosing the ideal process for your parts, download a free copy of Avoiding the Undisclosed Pitfalls of Plastic Process & Material Selection

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