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Name Detail
Size 98.42in. x 78.74in. x 39.37in.
2500mm x 2000mm x 1000mm
Mold Cavities Single or multi-cavity
Mold Life Unlimited (We will open a new mold if the old one worn out)
Mold Storage Forever
Mold Material P20 Steel
General Tolerance Normally +/- 0.008in.(0.2mm)

Rubber Materials

  • Silicone
  • EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer)
  • Nitrile (NBR)
  • Neoprene (CR)
  • SBR (Styrene Butadiene Rubber)
  • Natural Rubber (NR)
  • Butyl Rubber (IIR)

Plastic Materials

  • Nylon
  • PP
  • HDPE
  • UHMWPE

 

plastic raw material
Finish Description
SPI A1 6000 grit diamond, surper high glossy finish
SPI A2 3000 grit diamond, high glossy finish
SPI A3 1200 grit diamond, normal glossy finish
SPI B1 600 grit paper, fine semi-glossy finish
SPI B2 400 grit paper, normal semi-glossy finish
SPI B3 320 grit paper, normal semi-
SPI C1 600 grit stone, fine matte finish
SPI C2 400 grit stone, medium matte finish
SPI C3 320 grit stone, normal matte finish
SPI D1 Dry blast glass bead, satin textured finish
SPI D2 Dry blast, dull textured finish
SPI D3 Dry blast, rough textured finish
part surface finishing

Understanding Injection Pressure in Injection Molding

Injection pressure in injection molding is a pivotal factor in the process, impacting everything from part quality to production efficiency. Understanding and controlling injection molding pressure is essential for optimizing the injection molding process, reducing defects, and producing high-quality parts efficiently. In this post, we will explore what injection pressure ...
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FAQs of Compression Molding

What are the factores affecting compression molding?

Important factors to be considered before the compression molding process are the following:

  • Amount of plastic material
  • Heating time
  • Melting temperature of plastic material
  • The pressure required to squeeze the material into the mold cavity
  • Cooling time

Compression moulding can help reduce the environmental impact of plastic production and disposal by minimizing waste and energy consumption and using recycle materials.

Compression molding require slower cycle time than injection molding, the time needed to start and repeat the sequence of operations is between 1-6 mins for compression molding.

Injection molding is better suited to high-volume production, whereas compression molding is better suited to pliable and flexible materials. Generally, the upfront costs for compression molding are cheaper.

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