Injection mold

This product type use plastic as its raw material and improves the quality and stability of the end product with its lightweight and free-curved characteristics. The types of mold include BUMPER mold, INSTRUMENT mold, DOOR MODULE mold and CARRIER mold, and process methods include double injection, insert injection and gas injection.

It is installed inside the door trim to open and close the door inside and outside of the car. It’s a main frame to open and close the window of the car, and to attach the devices such as speakers. The transition from press method to a plastic method enabled the products to be much light weight and to have a free-curvature property.
Otherwise known as a dashboard, it is a representative part of automobile interior component, where all the information necessary for driving is displayed, including the instrument panel, air conditioner and center fascia. It’s design element is accentuated as part of the interior design
A main frame of automobile FEM, it is mainly classified into a frame type and a partial plastic injection type that incorporates plastic injection to the press frame. Currently, we are producing the partial plastic injection type to make the products light-weight.
Not only this part enhances the appearance of the car interior space, but also the part serves as a protection for the driver and passengers against all kinds of external disturbance that can happen while driving. Also serves as a space where storage spaces, security equipment, and electronic devices can be installed.
It is a structure installed front and back of the car to cushion the impact in case of an accident, and ideally, minimize the repair cost. The bumper also has two safety features. First, it minimizes the height difference between vehicles and secondly, ensure the safety of pedestrians.
This is a panel that is connected between the roof and the body of a car to improve the strength of the vehicle. The pillar between the front window and the door is called the “front pillar (A Pillar)”, the one between the front door and rear door is “center pillar (B pillar)”, and the one between rear door and rear window is called the “rear pillar (C pillar)”
This refers to the garnish that prevents the interior of the body side from getting dirty, and prevents passengers’ clothes from getting wet when they are getting on and off. Additionally, it has a visual effect of tightening in the under body of a car.