Plastic Injection Molding for the Aerospace Industry

Aerospace Injection Molding

Schmit Prototypes proudly provides aerospace plastic injection molding for manufacturers creating parts for airplanes. While we don’t provide fully functioning, life-sized 3D printed airplanes, we can use our injection molding capabilities to manufacture parts on a wide spectrum of materials that are used as aircraft prototypes.

As the commercial airplane industry has boomed, so has the demand for fly-friendly functions for passengers. We have helped develop injection molding parts that are vital to aerospace safety protocols and functionality. From helping companies with their emergency exit plan to designing new overhead bins, our aerospace plastic injection molding parts act as a vital component in the aerial design process.

Every year, we broaden our offerings to improve our injection molding services for the aerospace industry. If you’re looking for aerospace plastic injection molding for aircraft, contact our team so we can discover the best way to help you finish your new innovation in the aerospace industry.

First class on a commercial airplane

Aerospace Plastic Injection Molding & Other Capabilities

To create the parts necessary for the aerospace industry, we complement our injection molding capabilities with other design technologies. Our CNC milling, turning and live tool services offer precise design specs and appearance for your device in the aerospace industry. We have 40 years of service experience and have deployed all of our services, including 3D printing and urethane casting to assist our injection molding in this evolving and progressive process. Here are just some of the parts we manufacture for the aerospace industry:

  • Emergency door latches
  • Parachute boots
  • Armrests
  • Overhead locker doors
  • Turbine blades
  • Panels, housings and lenses

No matter the needs of your aerospace manufacturing, our injection molding technicians will work with you to develop custom solutions that improve your process and streamline your production in a time-efficient manner.

Aerospace engineer looks at a blue cogwheel prototype she just 3D printed