Plastic injection moulding is a manufacturing process used to produce a wide range of plastic parts and products. It involves injecting molten plastic material into a mould cavity, which is shaped like the desired part or product. The plastic material is typically melted and fed into the mould under high pressure, which creates a tightly formed part with precise dimensions and features. This process is highly efficient and cost-effective for producing large quantities of identical parts or products. It is widely used in various industries, including automotive, medical, household appliances, and consumer goods. The plastic injection moulds used in this process are typically made of steel, and the moulds can be designed to produce complex geometries, intricate textures, and multiple colours in a single shot. The use of plastic injection moulding offers great versatility in material choices, enabling the production of a wide range of parts with varying properties, such as rigid or flexible, transparent or opaque, and flame retardant or chemical resistant.