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injection-moulded parts

High-volume production of individual injection-moulded parts made of plastic

Step 1: Send enquiry form

Send us a non-binding enquiry for your injection-moulded part made of plastic. Fill in the form with some basic information regarding your drawing part. You will then be advised by one of our experts.
Submit an enquiry for injection-moulded parts made of plastic

The next steps are as follows

After receipt of your enquiry, you will be given comprehensive advice by one of our experts:

Step 2

Fill in the form and upload file

Advice provided by experts in injection-moulded parts

More than 60 technical plastics are available for the manufacture of your component. We recommend the perfect high-performance polymer materials for your individual case.


The plastics are available for all methods of fabrication: injection moulding as bar stock or filaments optimised for 3D printing.

Step 3


Advice regarding the method of fabrication

In our own tool making section, we have many different Rapid Prototyping ways of quickly producing new moulds and tools. We can therefore test even complex drawing parts with prototypes in use before any large quantities are produced.


The same Rapid Tooling options that we have also make it possible for us to produce small series of plastic parts quickly at any time.

Step 4

Delivery of prototypes

Manufacturing with the injection moulding method

igus possesses injection-moulding know-how, accumulated over a period of more than 55 years, regarding the production of technical plastic parts of the highest quality. In addition to making its own tools for plastic injection moulding, igus develops plastics that are optimised for movement. We ensure a high degree of availability due to the large number of injection moulding machines.

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