Injection molding is a manufacturing process for producing parts by injecting material into a mold. An injection molding machine consists of three main parts: the injection unit, the mold, and the clamping unit. The injection unit melts the plastic material and injects it into the mold. The mold is made up of two halves, and it shapes the melted material into the desired form. The clamping unit holds the mold closed while the material cools and solidifies. Once the material has hardened, the mold opens and the finished part is ejected. Injection molding is widely used for producing a variety of plastic products, including toys, housewares, automotive parts, and packaging materials.