Rapid Molding Service

Looking for a fast, cost-effective way to prototype your plastic parts? Look no further than rapid molding! Our injection molding process can produce high-quality parts quickly and efficiently, with a wide variety of materials and finishes available.
  • Material rang: Stainless Steel, Plastic, Aluminum, Silicon
  • Size range: Min 2mm, Max 600 mm
  • Tolerance: +/- 0.02mm
  • Lead Time: 3 days
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What is Rapid Molding Process

Rapid molding is a manufacturing process for producing metal, thermoplastic, and thermoset parts in a fast way. Rapid Molding utilizes simple molds to produce high-quality parts with complex geometries and features in low quantities and in various finishes and materials. Rapid molding is a fast and cost-effective method for prototyping and producing low-volume plastic parts. The rapid molding prototypes are 100% the same as the final parts.
What is Rapid Molding Process
  • Cost-effective for low-volume production: Rapid molding is a cost-effective method for producing small quantities of parts, as the initial tooling cost is relatively low.
  • Fast turnaround times: Rapid molding can produce parts quickly, with typical lead times ranging from a few days to weeks, depending on the complexity and size of the part. And it can manufacture 100% same sample as the injection or casting mold.
  • Versatile: Rapid molding can produce parts in a wide range of sizes, shapes, surface finishes, and materials, from small, intricate parts to large, complex parts.
  • High accuracy and precision: Rapid molding is capable of producing parts with high accuracy and precision, resulting in consistent quality and dimensional accuracy.
  • High-strength and durability: Custom metal and plastic parts produced using rapid molding can have high strength and durability, making them suitable for a range of applications.

Rapid Molding Prototyping Materials

Neway Rapid Molding Capabilities

Need to iterate quickly on your plastic part design? Rapid molding is the perfect solution! Our fast turnaround times and low tooling costs allow you to make changes and test new ideas with ease.



Mold types

Injection molds, blow molds, compression molds

Mold materials

Aluminum, steel, plastic, wood etc.

Mold size

Up to 1000mm x 1000mm x 1000mm

Mold life

1~500 shots

Lead time

3 days

Production volume

Low volume


+/- 0.05mm

Surface finish

Mirror polish, texture, EDM, etc.

Secondary operations

Assembly, painting, silk screening, pad printing, hot stamping, etc.

Quality control

ISO9001:2015 certified, strict quality control procedures


Competitive pricing, flexible payment terms


Metal, Plastic, Silicon

Custom Parts Gallery

At our custom parts gallery, we understand that every project is unique. That's why we work closely with our customers to ensure that their custom parts are designed to meet their exact specifications. With our attention to detail and commitment to quality, you can trust that your custom parts will exceed your expectations.
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Why Neway for Rapid Molding Service.

Don't let long lead times and high initial costs hinder your product development. Rapid molding is the solution you need! Our rapid molding process can produce complex custom metal and plastic parts in low volume with minimal waste of time, helping you bring your product to market faster.
Rapid molding services are designed to quickly produce parts or prototypes, typically in a matter of days or weeks rather than months. This can be especially valuable for businesses that need to get products to market quickly or that want to iterate on designs without wasting time.
Lowest initial cost
Lowest initial cost
For some products that must use injection molding or casting molds, we can use rapid molds and simple molds to complete the production of samples. These molds are cheap and can 100% imitate injection molding and casting samples.
Rapid molding services can accommodate a wide variety of designs, surface finishes, and materials, making them a versatile option for businesses that need to produce parts with different shapes, sizes, and properties. This flexibility can be especially valuable for prototyping and product development.
Despite their speed and cost-effectiveness, rapid molding services can produce high-quality parts that meet or exceed industry standards. Many rapid molding services use advanced technologies and techniques to ensure the parts they produce are durable, functional.

Custom Rapid Molding Process Workflow

With rapid molding, you don't have to sacrifice quality for speed. Our state-of-the-art injection molding machines and experienced technicians ensure that every part we produce meets your exact specifications and standards.
Design and Prototyping
The first step in the custom rapid molding process is to design the part or product that needs to be produced. This design is typically created using computer-aided design (CAD) software, and a prototype is often produced to test the design and identify any issues that need to be addressed.
Material Selection
Once the design is finalized, the next step is to select the appropriate material for the part or product. This may involve choosing a specific type of plastic or other material that meets the necessary mechanical, thermal, or chemical properties.
Tooling Design
After the material is selected, the next step is to design the tooling that will be used to produce the parts. This tooling may be created using a variety of methods, including 3D printing or CNC machining.
Mold Creation
With the tooling design complete, the next step is to create the mold that will be used to produce the parts. This may involve using injection molding or other molding techniques, depending on the specific needs of the project.
Once the mold is created, the manufacturing process can begin. This typically involves injecting molten plastic or other materials into the mold, then cooling and releasing the finished parts.
After the parts are produced, they undergo a thorough inspection to ensure they meet the necessary quality standards. This may involve visual inspection, dimensional measurement, and other testing methods.
Depending on the specific needs of the project, the finished parts may undergo additional finishing steps, such as trimming or painting.
Finally, the finished parts are packaged and shipped to the customer, completing the custom rapid molding process workflow.

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