Stool Mould Manufacturing Process

  • The manufacturing of injection-molded Stool Mould has a history of nearly 100 years, but with the rapid development of technology, the process has been changing and developing. No matter how many changes are made or the method used, the process follows a similar process:

    Plastic mold manufacturers review the specifications and requirements to determine the best mold for the final product. Then, the designer began to design to meet specifications and customer requirements.

    The injection mold maker will review the specifications and determine the best material for the mold. Various plastics can be used, for example, some of them can withstand higher temperatures than others.

    Plastic mold manufacturers, designers, and customers review the design and find ways to improve or change it.

    Injection mold manufacturers and designers will consider other areas that need to be reviewed, such as product structure, mold structure, ventilation, and cooling systems. The mold itself is not the only element that must be prepared before production starts.

    After approval, injection mold manufacturers and designers will evaluate the design and begin mold work.

    Then, depending on whether a prototype is used, the plastic injection mold manufacturing process will branch to different paths. It is usually determined early in the process based on the customer's schedule and needs. If a prototype is used, the material used in the first run is usually cheaper than the material of the final product. This is because the prototype mold is redesigned and modified based on the findings of the first few products manufactured by the prototype.

    Once completed, the plastic mold maker will begin to analyze the final product to determine whether the mold can produce a product that meets the specifications. If the final product cannot meet the customer's needs, the prototype is adjusted and reworked at this time. Usually, the design is more analyzed before the Bucket Mould is injection molded, so usually only the complete mold needs to be verified.