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Injection moulding is a process that uses a mechanical force to push molten polymer into a mould before being cooled to form a final product. The process typically starts by passing pellets into a hopper. The hopper feeds a screw that slowly increases the pressure along various stages and reduces polymer viscosity to the point where it can flow. The polymer is then injected into a mould and allowed to cool before ejecting the finished part. This process enables high part count production, with a cycle time of seconds.