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Injection Moulding

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Injection Moulding


Masterpiece Technologies is a world-class provider of advanced plastic injection molding services. Injection molding is a manufacturing process for producing parts in large volumes. It is most typically used in mass-production processes where the same part is being created thousands or even millions of times in succession.
We offer a complete manufacturing solution that covers every aspect of raw material verification, tool making, part fabrication, finishing, and final inspection. Our team of manufacturing experts is committed to providing you with the highest level of professional support for plastic injection molding services of any size or complexity.



Masterpiece Technologies provides complete and quick solutions for high-quality RIM polyurethane and plastic parts, high-precision machined parts, assemblies, and full turnkey projects.Masterpiece Technologies specializes in full turnkey projects that integrate mechanical parts, optical elements, plastic components, electronics, and wiring.

We use advanced machining equipment, such as 5-axis machines and work tables of up to 6 meters long. We support our customers from the early stages of their projects, through design and R & D, a functional prototype, the first production run, and serial production.

ISO 9001:2015, AS9100, and ISO13485 certified.

We work within three major market segments: Civil aviation: we manufacture components for civil aircrafts (Boeing 737, 747, and 767), especially for the conversion of Boeing executive jets.

Converting an aircraft from a passenger to a cargo configuration is a complex project that involves in-house engineering development, including analyses and proofs of concept, to achieve the required licensing from the aviation authorities. Masterpiece Technologies has already been converting a variety of aircraft models for a number of years.

Medical devices: we provide the leading medical device suppliers with covers and components for ultrasound carts, CTs, MRIs and more. Thanks to our vast mechanical knowledge and numerous production lines, we are able to design, fabricate, and assemble equipment in its entirety in-house. We are involved in some of the most ambitious projects in the medical device sector and are ready for every challenge.

Industry-related products such as industrial-grade products using plastics and mechanical components, covers for 3D printers, ATM machines and operator stands for industrial printing.

Injection molding departments:

  • Polyurethane parts production R.I.M

  • Thermoplastic injection molding

  • Machining

  • Mold design and production

  • Design and engineering

  • Functional prototypes

  • Wet painting and coating

  • Assembly

  • Project management and sourcing

  • Quality control

What can you expect from Masterpiece Technologies?

Comprehensive solutions  We are able to combine and execute complex projects using multiple technologies. We manufacture everything in-house, from the smallest components to large covers.

Multiple in-house production capabilities  Our RIM technology, PU injection facility, injection molding plant, and extensive CNC machining capabilities, together with support for R&D and complete assembly lines, mean that we are uniquely capable of simultaneously supporting diverse requirements for multiple customers.

Expertise: The Masterpiece Technologies team has extensive expertise and technological knowledge honed and developed over the years. Our experienced engineers are available to support you at any stage of your product’s development.

Flexibility: Masterpiece Technologies has the ability to make changes "on the move,” together with its multiple production technologies, to accurately respond to the customer’s needs in multiple areas, such as engineering, project management, responsiveness, on-time deliveries, and more.

Rapid response and delivery time.

Competitive pricing: Our multi-technology capabilities allow production optimization, which helps reduce costs and provide the best product results.

The highest standards of quality assurance.


Polyurethane reaction injection molding technology was developed in the late 1960s. Since then, the technology has evolved dramatically as more and more product designers and manufacturers have learned to tap into the unique capabilities and benefits of RIM for an ever-growing range of products.

The universal physical characteristics of polyurethane RIM parts are high strength and low weight. It’s helpful to view RIM not as a specific resin with narrowly defined properties but as a process capable of achieving a broad range of properties.

As its name implies, the polyurethane RIM process uses polyurethane to produce molded parts. The polyurethanes begin as two liquid components, compared with the pellet form of most thermoplastics. These liquid components, an isocyanate and a polyol, are developed in two-part formulations, which are often called polyurethane RIM systems.

Depending on how the polyurethane RIM system is formulated, the parts molded with it can be foam or solid, and they can vary from flexible to extremely rigid. Thus, polyurethane RIM processing can produce virtually anything, from a very flexible foam-core part to a rigid, solid part. Part density can vary widely, too, with specific gravities ranging from 0.2 to 1.6.

Injection Molding is a manufacturing process for producing parts in large volume. It is most typically used in mass-production processes where the same part is being created thousands or even millions of times in succession. The mold we create consists of two primary components: the injection mold (A plate) and the ejector mold (B plate). These components are also referred to as molder and mold maker. Plastic resin enters the mold through a gate in the injection mold.

Reaction injection molding (RIM) is similar, except thermosetting polymers are used, which require curing within the mold. The two parts of the polymer are mixed together, usually by injecting them under high pressure into an impinging mixer. Then the mixture is injected under lower pressure into a mold. The mixture is allowed to sit in the mold long enough for it to expand and cure.

If reinforcing agents are added to the mixture, the process is known as reinforced reaction injection molding (RRIM). Common reinforcing agents include glass, fibers, and mica.

Reaction injection molding can produce strong, flexible, lightweight parts that can be easily painted. It also has the advantage of quick cycle times compared to typical vacuum-cast materials. The bi-component mixture injected into the mold has a much lower viscosity than molten thermoplastic polymers; therefore, large, light, and thin-walled items can be successfully RIM processed. This thinner mixture also requires fewer clamping forces, which leads to smaller equipment and ultimately lower capital expenditures.

Another advantage of RIM-processed foam is that a high-density skin is formed with a low-density core.


Reaction Injection Molding R.I.M.

Rigid Polyurethane We make polyurethane parts of various sizes, 3 mm thick or more. In a single injection, you can gain up to 45 kg in weight. The technology is well suited for molding complex geometries, tight tolerance requirements, and high cosmetic specifications. Parts can be made of foamed or unfoamed materials which include threads, painting, and a high level of finishing.


We offer machined Aluminum molds for an unlimited number of injections. We have in-house CNC production for small and large molds. All molds are equipped with heating water lines and ejector systems.


·         Compact Polyurethane: unfoamed, 1100 kg/m³

·         Compact Polyurethane: foamed 700 kg/m³

·         Part minimal thickness as little as 3 mm

·         Rapid cycle

·         Process qualities similar to injected A.B.S

·         Self-extinguishing: UL94V0 or UL945V

·         High structural strength duo to sandwich structure.

RIM Polyurethane Parts for Industry Equipment

We provide complete and quick solutions for high-quality polyurethane and plastic parts using moderately priced molds for both medium and large-scale production runs.

RIM Polyurethane Parts for Medical Equipment

Moderate-cost tooling that is economical for low production volumes and large parts for medical devices, quality management system ISO13485 R.

RIM and Thermoplastic Covers for Cosmetic Carts

Masterpiece Technologies is not restricted to RIM polyurethane. We offer a wide range of plastic material technologies, such as injection molding, silicone casting, and more. All for the purpose of providing our customers with the optimal solution in terms of quality and cost according to their needs and budget.

For example: ABS, PC ABS, PP, POM, and ULTEM Soft parts made of TPU, TPE and silicone.

Housings for Medical Applications

Thin-walled plastic enclosures using different materials and technologies, providing high-quality shaped parts.

Machining Department

Masterpiece Technologies has 54 CNC machining centres.

·         5-axis machines with worktables of up to 6m long

·         Milling and turning

·         Grinding

·         Engineering

·         CMM: coordinate measurement machines

High Level Assembly Department

Masterpiece Technologies specializes in high precision and full turnkey projects that integrate mechanical parts, optical elements, plastic components, and electronics wiring. We support our customers from the prototype stage to mass production.

Functional Prototypes

We manufacture functional prototypes and small production batches made of a variety of materials, such as ABS and PC. Rest assured that all our products comply with UL94-V0 standards for medical devices. We supply high quality in rapid delivery time.

Quality Assurance

Quality is the cornerstone of our manufacturing process! Our commitment to our customers is to produce the best quality products possible.

Certifications: ISO 9001, Aerospace AS9100, and medical ISO 13485 standards.

Our QA department consists of inspectors who conduct ongoing inspections and 100% final inspections using CMMs (coordinate measurement machines.


You came up with a great idea, and the next step is prototype development and manufacturing. Masterpiece Technologies offers comprehensive solutions for all of your needs on your path to success. Our extensive experience with companies in varied and diverse markets allows us to be able to guide you step by step on the road to the perfect product. We can help you create and manufacture the best product possible! This also impacts your time to market, speeding the process along.


·         We can supply functional prototypes within a very short time frame.

·         We manufacture products from a variety of plastic and metal materials, such as ABS, PC, aluminum, and more.

·         For medical products, we provide ABS plastic that is approved to the UL-94 V-0 flammability standard for medical devices.

·         Complete assembly of product prototypes is possible.

·         We can provide small batches for usability and functional testing, safety testing, clinical testing, and more.


·         High-pressure injection molding of plastic parts.

·         Low-pressure injection molding of small and large polyurethane parts.

·         High-precision CNC machining.

·         Electromechanical assembly and integration.




We offer our customers an advanced assembly department where systems and sub-systems design and production projects are carried out according to the customer’s requirements. The assemblies can be made in a turn-key format, including integration of sub-systems into larger technology-embedded systems. We provide assembly services for the various systems we manufacture in our plant.

Technical Data

Why RIM?

When looking for the most effective and cost-effective option, allow Masterpiece Technologies help you discover opportunities for success while also assisting you with your design concept, in order to meet the process needs. RIM-produced polyurethane has the best strength-to-weight ratio.

Here are some of the advantages R.I.M. has over other technologies:


·         RIM has an unlimited mold life.

·         RIM has significantly lower costs.

·         RIM produces stronger parts.


·         RIM has lower tooling costs.

·         RIM requires lower production volumes.

·         RIM can be a great way to achieve the mainstream look of molded parts without the high tooling costs or volumes needed for typical structural foam parts.


·         RIM has lower unit costs.

·         RIM produces less environmental damage.

·         While fiberglass can be used to produce very large, structural parts, RIM can offer the same advantages at lower costs.


·         Metal sheets require higher design complexity.

·         RIM has lighter parts.

·         Metal sheets are a very low-cost option for parts production, but with this process, one may sacrifice many design choices and often add piece counts and costs to final assembly, as well as material feature differentials.

FAQ Injection Moulding

When will we use Reaction Injection Molding?

·         Large and medium scale enclosures.

·         Low annual production volumes.

·         Complex geometries with precise features and tight tolerances.

·         Creative design flexibility with varied wall thickness parts.

·         Large and lightweight parts with excellent aesthetics finishing and coating.

·         Chemical resistance.

What are some of the benefits of RIM?

·         Lower cost tooling that is economical for low production volumes and large parts.

·         Easy to update moulds.

·         Economical setup for short production runs.

·         Well suited to JIT deliveries for even low production volumes.

·         Designers have much creative opportunities.

·         Excellent strength to weight ratio.

·         Self-extinguishing: compliance with UL94V0 or UL945V.

What material are commonly used?

·         Rigid Compact: integral skin compact polyurethane 1100 kg/m³. Wall thickness can vary from 8-3 mm.

·         Rigid Foam: blowing agent creates a high-density skin around a low-density microcellular core.

The skin gives the part firmness and durability while the core reduces weight 700 kg/m³. Wall thickness can vary from 30-9 mm.



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For more information about our technology solutions and products, we invite you to contact us.

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