Needle Mold/Mould

Needle Mold/Mould

The LINKPLUS Needle Mold is a specialized tool used in the production of medical needles. It is designed with advanced technology to ensure high precision, uniform size, and consistency, yielding high-quality medical needles.

Types of Needle Mold


Hypodermic Needle Mold

Hypodermic Needle Mold is designed to produce hypodermic needles in varying shapes and sizes for medical applications using advanced technology for high precision.

Insulin Pen Needle Mold

Insulin Pen Needle Mold produces needles for insulin pens with precision and high-quality, enabling efficient insulin administration in diabetic patients.

Scalp Vein Set Mold

Scalp Vein Set Mold produces small catheters used in the blood vessels of the scalp, enabling intravenous therapies and blood sampling.

Blood Collection Needle Mold

Blood Collection Needle Mold produces high-quality needles for blood collection procedures, ensuring safe and efficient blood draws in clinical settings.

Safety Needle Mold

Safety Needle Mold is designed for mass production of safety needles to minimize needlestick injuries, ensuring safe and efficient clinical procedures.

I.V. Cannula Mold

I.v. Cannula Mold produces specialized needles for intravenous therapies with high accuracy, enabling safe and efficient infusion procedures in healthcare settings.

What Is Needle Mold Used For?

Needle mold is used for manufacturing needles of various sizes and shapes used in the medical and textile industry. The medical industry uses needle molds to produce hypodermic needles, biopsy needles, and other surgical needles. The textile industry uses needle molds to manufacture needles for sewing machines, embroidery machines, and knitting machines. Needle molds are also used in the production of acupunctural needles, which are used for medical treatment in traditional Chinese medicine. Needle molds are made from materials such as steel, aluminum, and brass and are designed to produce high-quality, consistent needles.

What Is Needle Mold Used For?

Advantages of Using the Needle Mold

Precision and Consistency

With the use of needle molds, a high level of precision and consistency can be achieved in the size, shape, and quality of produced needles.


Needle molds can be customized to produce different types of needles, allowing manufacturers greater flexibility in their production processes.

Time and Cost Efficiency

Using needle molds can reduce production time and costs, as molds allow for faster and more efficient production.

Improved Product Quality

The use of needle molds can result in higher quality products, as the precision and consistency achieved through molds can reduce errors and faults in the production process.


The use of needle molds creates uniformity in the production process, which can improve the overall quality of the final product.

Reduced Waste

By using molds, manufacturers can reduce waste in the production process, as molds allow for more precise control over the materials used.

Increased Output

By producing needles faster and more efficiently, the use of needle molds can lead to an increase in production output.

Lower Marginal Cost

The overall cost of production can decrease thanks to the efficiency and accuracy provided by the use of needle molds.

Quality Control

The precision achieved through the use of molds allows for better quality control throughout the production process.


Needle molds can be used for a variety of materials and processes, allowing manufacturers to adapt their production processes as needed.

The Function and Design of Needle Molds


Needle molds are specialized tools used in the production of needles. They are designed to shape and mold materials into specific needle shapes.


The primary function of needle molds is to produce needles of uniform size, shape, and quality through a mass-production process.


Needle molds are designed to incorporate a range of different design elements, including the number and shape of the needles on each mold, the size and shape of each needle, and the type of material used.


Many needle molds are made using injection molding, which involves the injection of molten material into a mold cavity at high pressure.


The materials used in the production of needle molds must be carefully selected to ensure they can withstand the pressures and temperatures involved in the injection molding process.


The manufacture of needle molds involves a detailed process that includes designing the mold, selecting materials, testing prototypes, and finalizing the mold shape.


The maintenance of needle molds is critical to ensuring the moulds function effectively and produce consistent results. Tooling machines are used to remove parting lines and refurbish worn surfaces.


It is necessary to conduct thorough quality control checks at every stage of the design and production process to ensure that the final product meets the required specifications.


The design of a needle mold will vary based on the intended use of the end product. Different needle sizes and shapes for different applications. Every needle has to meet particular problems and the required standards.

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