Let’s take toy companies that need to manufacture a collection of forest animals for kids to play with. The forming manufacturing process would be best when a high volume of beer was needed.
The mold of the bear is generally filled up with liquid plastic. Once the mold cools down, now it’s time to open it and remove the toy bear. This is one of the best formative processes to manufacture goods. The material cools and hardens and takes the shape of the mold. Then the newly made part is usually removed, and the mold refilled.
A big advantage of this process is that it offers the ability to create identical parts at a low cost per unit. The con is that it needs more time and expense to make a mold. The molds can cost thousands of dollars, based on the complexity of the part.