Injection Moulding is known to be the most versatile manufacturing technique for producing large volumes of products, especially plastic components. commonly opt for Injection Moulding as their first choice for mass production due to its cost-effectiveness, quick turnaround times, and ability to make products with high precision and repeatability. In its simplified essence, Injection Moulding involves injecting liquified material, such as plastic polymers, into moulds at high pressure. Then, it is cooled, hardened, and ejected from the moulds to get the desired product. This process is repeated over and over to produce volumes. While it is convenient, ironically, it can prove to be more cost incuring, if not planned carefully. There are many factors affecting the cost of production when using Injection Moulding. Making moulds can be an expensive affair, considering their specific design and purpose, time to make, and testing for precision. Fortunately, the manufacturers can pay attention to certain factors to contain their production costs.