The production of vinyl art toys relies on copper molds, which are divided into seed mold and bulk molds. Molds are mainly used for the production of small batch samples, while bulk molds are used for mass production molds. Vinyl art toys are made in a process called roto casting.  This is done by putting a small quantity of plastic into a copper mold and then spinning it very fast so the centrifugal force forces the plastic into the details on the walls of the mold.

The process of making vinyl toys can be roughly divided into the following steps:

  • Design stage: Designers design characteristic graphic and 3d model according to market demand and creative inspiration.
  • Mold opening stage: make seed mold and bulk molds for trial production.

Production process: Start the mass production for the order including vinyl crafting, painting, assembling and packaging.