The suitability of liquid crystal polymers for the injection moulding process was pointed out at the time of their discovery. However, up to now, it has been assumed that the unmodified liquid crystal polymers were less suited to processing by injection moulding due to their distinct anisotropies. The direction of developments in the application of liquid crystal polymers was done mainly in another direction. We, however, have been concerned for more than four years now with this subject [3, 4, 5], even when our practical experiments could not be as comprehensive as we would wish, due to the limited availability of the raw materials. We have also been able to use this time to develop CAE programs which support the constructor in the design of injection moulds, whereby these programs enable the flow process to be simulated and therefore enabling the orientation to be seen at every point in the injection moulded part . This is naturally particularly important for those materials in which the orientation of the molecules plays such a large part for the respective properties, as these are caused by the direction of the flows in the flow process. A changed runner position causes other orientations. More details should therefore be reported about our investigations to date.