As the name suggests, this technique is a manufacturing process where parts are formed when molten metal or plastic is injected into a mold. This method is widely used in manufacturing units where identical parts need to be replicated on a large scale.
The machine consists of three main parts: an injection unit, clamps, and a mold. The molten material is first fed through the injection unit and then into the mold cavity. The molding material is heated and then, in its molten state, it takes the shape of the mold. The material is then cooled sufficiently for it to retain the shape of the mold. After the part is cooled, ejectors are used to remove it. 
Injection molding is used to produce high quantities. Some product examples are: electrical switches, automobile parts, medical devices, and many more.  When these machines are producing parts at high volumes, it becomes a necessity to keep count of the produced parts. This is near impossible for humans to keep track of on their own.
So, manufacturers need an affordable, cost-efficient, reliable, and easy solution. This is where Clariprod comes into the picture.