Injection Molding Services For Retail Display Hardware

Injection molding is a manufacturing process used to produce parts and components using plastic materials. In-house plastic injection molding capabilities allow the team at Kinter to create complex shapes with precision, producing large quantities of high-quality plastic parts quickly and cost-effectively.

Beyond the Catalog

At Kinter, our mission is to make display hardware effortless for retailers. 

Tell us what you need and when you need it, and we’ll work out the logistics to make it happen. We won't stop working until your retail display challenge has been solved.

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Injection Molding Services

Kinter’s injection molding services offer tremendous flexibility and versatility to meet the unique needs of our valued customers.

Our injection molding services start with our innovative design team. We can create any type of product, beyond the catalog, to meet customers’ complex project requirements. In fact, we encourage our customers to challenge us with new product ideas. Coupled with our dedicated engineering lab and prototyping services, our team of experienced and knowledgeable engineers are able to take your project from design inspiration to a production-quality representation in a matter of hours to validate design intent.

Moreover, Kinter’s in-house capabilities mean customers never have to source offshore molding resources or wait in line with a molder—we can push things forward in our production schedule to meet tight deadlines or project requirements.

How are we able to achieve this? Because we also offer in-house CNC & EDM Tooling.

CNC and EDM Tooling

To support our injection molding capabilities, Kinter offers CNC and EDM tooling services. CNC (Computer Numerical Control) and EDM (Electrical Discharge Machining) tooling are two essential components of modern manufacturing processes.

  • CNC tooling involves the use of precision machines controlled by computers to create complex parts with high accuracy and consistency.
  • EDM tooling uses an electrical discharge to erode metal from a workpiece. This process is highly precise and can be used to create intricate shapes and features that would be difficult or even impossible to achieve with conventional machining methods.

With Kinter’s tooling capabilities, we can create unique cavity tools. From a single cavity all the way up to a 128 cavity tool, Kinter brings services that are typically completed overseas to our home turf.

Why Choose Kinter for Custom Injection Molding Services?

Choosing Kinter for your injection molding needs offers many benefits, including:

  • Speed
  • Level of accuracy
  • Quality control
  • Improved efficiencies
  • Cost savings
  • Custom design opportunities
Custom Injection Molding Design Services For Retail Display Hardware

Choosing Kinter’s plastic injection molding services for your retail display hardware brings assurance that your custom parts are delivered quickly and with a high level of accuracy. We pride ourselves on quality, with a team dedicated to checks and balances throughout the design, tooling and injection molding processes. 

With new facilities, Kinter has the latest equipment that runs efficiently, translating to lower price points for our valued customers. Controlling the tooling and manufacturing process in-house means our team can be nimble, pushing through rush projects and meeting your tightest deadlines with ease. What may take over 12 weeks to complete overseas, Kinter can deliver in less than 2 weeks.

Our tooling and injection molding capabilities support production flexibility and faster turnaround times—in fact, we can almost guarantee that you’ll never run out of stock on a high-volume part. 

If you're seeking an experienced injection molder that can bring your project vision to life, contact our team today to learn more about our custom capabilities.

Injection Molding FAQs


What are Kinter’s injection molding size capabilities?

Kinter’s injection molding machines can manage up to 350 tons, giving our team significant flexibility in part size. And while many injection molders have 16-32 cavity runs, Kinter can support single cavity injections all the way up to 128 cavity injections.


How fast can Kinter deliver parts and components?

Depending on cavitation and part complexity, lead times vary from as little as seven (7) days to eight (8) weeks. 

With many in-house capabilities, including a dedicated engineering lab, rapid prototyping, 3D printing, extrusion, and CNC and EDM tooling services, Kinter can meet very tight timelines. We are able to remain nimble because we overstock hundreds of thousands of the most requested parts and components allowing us to strategically manage injection molding production schedules to meet the unique project needs of our customers. 


What types of plastic materials can Kinter mold?

Kinter has experience molding serval types of plastics, including but not limited to:
  • Biodegradable bioplastics
  • Reground or recycled plastic materials
  • ABS
  • Nylon 66
  • Polystyrene
  • Polypropylene


Reach out to a KinterCare representative today to see how we can help you with your custom project.