In most cases, aluminum is considered as a better option than steel for the production of high-grade aluminum injection molds. As the moldmakers, as well as manufacturers all around the world, look forward to reducing the overall costs, aluminum has been making to the forefront as far as tooling and injection molding processes are concerned. After conducting thorough research of the overall design, quality, and unfilled types, it has been observed that aluminum turns out to be a better solution in comparison to steel in most cases. As steel is being used in injection molding in most of the traditional molding presses, it has restricted the molders to a specific cycle time corner. This implies that there remains no possible way of reducing the overall cycle times rather than using the high-grade aluminum injection molds. Some experts also explain that lowering the melting temperature to the level below the recommended mark by the manufacturers could result in the opening up of the molder. Moreover, there remains no guarantee that the overall cycle time would improve.