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Our Mission Our mission is to support the OEM, ODM, & CM market through well established, ,skilled, and diverse factory partnerships in Asia. We deliver value-added services that enable companies to manage, improve, and add profitability to their business.
Cable Assemblies Our custom cable assembly capabilities furnish the OEM and ODM market with superior product at a significantly reduced cost. Our cable manufacturing services range from design, prototypes, to full production.
Custom Connectors Supply Concepts has a state of the art mold/tooling fabrication shop which allows us to quickly go from concept to mass production in weeks, not months. Our in house mold facility provides flexibility to react quickly to changes in customer requirements.
CNC Machining Unsurpassed accuracy is the end result with our CNC capabilities, which include the full array of CNC fabricating techniques. If the project demands the upmost of accuracy our CNC solutions is the answer.
Die Casting and Extrusion Supply Concepts Die Casting and Extrusion process offers the widest range of shapes than any other metal manufacturing technique. From die design to finished product, with the end result always being the same, and economical, quality product.
Custom Metal Work Whether it be a simple stand alone single part, or a totally customized multi faceted assembly, Supply Concepts has the expertise and quality facilities to get your project done right the first time. Our partnered factories capabilities range from a simple stamping to the most intricate multi process fabrication.
Injection Moulding Utilizing the latest CAD systems, coupled with our experience, Supply Concepts can undertake the most difficult Injection Moulding Projects. Whether it be the selection of raw material or color, we have the expertise and experience to create the quality finished product are customers expect.
Transformers We make sure all our transformers comply with the safety standards denoted by our customer’s, UL, CSA, VDE. IEC, and AS/NZS and others. Making sure all of our electrical products meet the highest safety standards is paramount at Supply Concepts.  
Heatsink Supply Concepts offers many different standard type heat sinks. Many of these heat sinks can be slightly modified to meet most of our customer’s need. Having a large inventory of these basic designs in stock offer you, our customer, a very cost effective, quick turnaround solution to your heat sink needs. If need be, we can always design and deliver a totally customs solution.  
LCD Display and Modules Supply Concepts offers a wide range of custom and standard LCD displays and modules. Our custom capabilities range from the simplest of monochrome displays to the highest resolution available in today’s technology.

With years of experience, Supply Concepts can assist you in the design and prototyping stage through to tooling and manufacturing of plastic injection moulding parts in Asia. Our team will ensure you receive all the information needed to make the right decisions about your injection moulding requirements: material selection, colors, packaging and any other aspects.

plastic injection moulding in china

Choosing the right type of plastic for the job is often critical. Supply Concepts can assist you based on the knowledge and track record we have compiled through many years in the injection moulding industry and in plastic part manufacturing. We process a wide selection of thermoplastic materials including PVC, Nylon, Polycarbonate, Noryl, Styrene, Polystyrene, Polypropylene & Acrylic. Injection moulding parts can range from 3 grams to 10,000 grams. Plants incorporate use of robotic assisted part picking, drying and packing to minimize overhead and deliver the lowest possible part cost. When choosing injection moulding suppliers, you can be confident that Supply Concepts will provide the best ratio of cost and quality with our Asia manufacturing operations.

Plastic component and tooling design

Equipped with the latest CAD software, our injection moulding design team will work from your drawing and design the mould to produce the product exactly as you have specified. By having in house mould designers, toolmakers and mould shop, we have a closed loop evaluation process that enables us to deliver results quickly, accurately and competitively.

We assist with material selection and component design to optimise manufacturing. Supply Concepts will work closely with your project manager as part of your design team and as a strategic sourcing partner. We perform flow process simulation to optimise part concept and tooling design. Gate design analysis, filling, packing, runner balancing and cooling are all optimised. Prototypes are made to validate designs and sample production runs are performed as part of the testing stage to evaluate the final tooling and part designs. 

There are many benefits in building your plastic injection moulding tool and parts in Asia. We offer you a wide range of types of steel for tooling including German, Swedish and American grades for particular cores to achieve the desired results. Tools can be made for both short or long life spans, depending on the product to be moulded, the quantity to be produced and the cost analysis associated with the project.


All of our facilities are ISO certified.  We manufacture products that comply with, or exceed, the specifications supplied by our customers. Supply Concepts perpetually reviews manufacturing processes/procedures and provides ongoing team training to ensure we meet our quality objectives and maximize customer satisfaction.

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Abbreviations for Rubber types

EPR - ethylene propylene rubber
SBR - styrene butadiene rubber
EPDM - ethylene propylene diene monomer rubber
SAN - styrene acrylonitrile copolymer
SI - silicone
SMC - thermoset polyester sheet Moulding compound
TPE - thermoplastic elastomer
TPO - thermoplastic olefin
TPU - thermoplastic urethane
UF - urea formaldehyde

Abbreviations for Common Polymers

Polymers are commonly referred to by both their names and abbreviations. Commercial polymers are also frequently referred to by the trade names of their manufacturer.

Polymers are commonly referred to by both their names and abbreviations. Commercial polymers are also frequently referred to by the trade names of their manufacturer.

ABS - acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene terpolymer
BMC - thermoset polyester bulk Moulding compound
EVA - ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer
LCP - liquid crystal polymer
PA - polyamide, commonly called nylon
PAN - polyacrylonitrile
PAS - polyarylsulfone
PBD - polybutadine
PBT - polybuylene terephthalate
PC - polycarbonate
PE - polyethylene see also:
HDPE - high density PE
LDPE - low density PE
LLDPE - linear low density PE
VLDPE - very low density PE
HMW-HDPE - high molecular weight HDPE
UHMWPE – ultra high-molecular-weight polyethylene
PEEK - polyetheretherketone
PEK - polyetherketone
PEI - polyetherimide
PES - polyethersulfone
PET - polyethylene terephthalate
PET-G - glycol modified PET
PI - polyisoprene
PS-b-PI - polystyrene/polyisoprene block copolymer
PI - polyimide
PK - polyketone
PMMA - polymethyl methacrylate, commonly called acrylic
PMP - polymethylpentene
POM - polyoxymethylene, commonly called acetal
PP - polypropylene
PPA - polyphthalamide
PPO/PPE - polyphenylene oxide, polyphenylene ether
PPS - polyphenylene sulfide
PS - polystyrene
EPS - expanded polystyrene
HIPS - high impact polystyrene
PSO,PSU - polysulfone
PTFE - polytetrefluoroethylene
PU,PUR - polyurethane
PVA - polyvinyl alcohol (sometimes used for polyvinyl acetate)
PVAc - polyvinyl acetate
PVC - polyvinylchloride, commonly refered to as vinyl
PVOH - alternate abbreviation for polyvinyl alcohol


List of plastic processes

Gas assist injection moulding GAIM

This process utilizes high pressure nitrogen gas to produce hollow injection moulded components resulting in lower weight, shorter cycles and reduced visual sinking. Variants of this process include “external gas moulding” and “internal gas moulding”. These processes allow more design freedom and flexibility. It also allows discreet coring out of a thick product, thicker ribbing and can also eliminate sink marks.


Water assist injection moulding WAIM

This process is used in the manufacture of complex hollow items leaving a relatively uniform wall section. Water is used to displace polymer melt and provide the packing pressure during the cooling phase of the cycle. Typical examples; manifolds, elbows and water pipes.The suggested advantages of WAIM over GAIM are:

-Thinner residual wall thickness (RWT) - lower material usage.

-Higher cooling rate - particularly where water is circulated.

-Improved internal surface finish.

This process has been most popular in automotive components that are typically thick sectioned. For example: conduits that convey fluids around an engine and car door handles would utilize this process.

Metal injection moulding MIM

MIM is an advanced manufacturing process for forming small, complex, high-precision and high performance metal parts. It is a development of the traditional powder metallurgy (PM) process and has several key advantages. In the PM process, parts with undercuts or projections at right angles to the pressing direction cannot normally be directly made. The MIM process substantially removes this limitation.


Co-Injection Moulding, 2 component moulding, multi-component moulding

Similar to injection moulding but with multiple extruders to produce a single component from two 2 or more different parent materials or colors. Typical applications are soft over-moulding to produce seals or ergonomic soft-touch handles. Examples are : screwdrivers, soft-grip handles, cup-holders and  toothbrushes.


Thin wall injection moulding TWIM

Thin wall moulding is defined as a wall thickness of less than 0.025 in (0.62 mm) or a flow length to wall thickness ratio of greater than 200. When compared to standard injection moulding, high melt flow materials are used (30-60 MFI) along with accumulator assist injection and higher injection speeds/pressures. Stack moulds are common.


Micro moulding

Recent advances in miniature moulding technology has seen major growth in the area of micro moulding for electronics and medical applications.


Thermoplastic Injection moulding

Thermoplastic Injection moulding is the most widely used of all plastic processing methods. Injection moulding offers the lowest piece prices available, but tooling prices are generally the highest. The injection moulding machine reduces pelletized raw material into a hot liquid. This "melt" is forced into a cooled mould under tremendous pressure. After the material solidifies, the mould is opened and a finished part is ejected.


Thermoset injection moulding

Thermoset injection moulding is similar to thermo-plastic injection moulding except that uncured thermoset resins are mixed, injected, and held in a heated mould until cured. As with thermoplastic moulding, the price per piece can be low, but the tooling prices are generally higher.


Blow moulding

This method is typically used to create hollow parts; jars, bottles, containers, etc. Part prices for this style of plastic and rubber services are generally higher than injection moulded parts, but, lower than rotationally moulded parts. Tooling costs are moderate.


Rotational moulding

Rotational moulding uses hollow moulds filled with powdered resin. Low tooling costs and higher piece prices are typical of this process.


Compression moulding

Compression moulding services use a slug of hard media pressed between the two halves of a heated mould. After being formed, the part is air-cooled. Both tooling and piece part prices are moderate.


Thermoforming plastic moulding

Thermoforming plastic moulding uses sheets of pre-extruded rigid plastic as the feed material. These are heated horizontally and sucked down into hollow one-piece tools.


In-mould labelling IMD

(Also referred to as In-mould decorating) Mainly used in injection moulding. Robotically placed individual pre-printed decorative labels are loaded during each machine cycle into the mould tool. To assist adhesion during the closing and material flow stages, the label and tool is electrostatic charged.


Plastic welding

Plastic welding – various plastic welding processes are employed depending upon part geometry, size and polymer used. Ultrasonic welding, hot-plate welding, vibration welding, laser welding and spin welding can all be used.


Structural foam moulding

Structural foam moulding is a term commonly used to describe components made by the injection moulding process that have a cellular core in which the outer surface is denser than the inner layers. The core of the moulding is of a honeycomb nature and less dense than the outer surface. Can also be referred to as microcellular injection moulding (MuCell). Applications include - Wine corks, Energy absorbing foam, low weight products, impact absorbing pads.


Moisture conditioning

Some plastics, including nylons, will absorb moisture from the atmosphere, which alters their physical properties. Properties affected include brittleness and dimensional stability. Moisture absorption can be as high as 2% of a products weight. A pigment is often applied during the moisture conditioning process to identify treated parts.