An Recommendation of Injection Plastic Mold

  • 1) Fast production and highly efficient. Injection moulding from Injection mold maker can produce an incredible amount of parts per hour. Speed depends on the complexity and size of the mould, anywhere between 15-120 seconds per cycle time.

    2) Low labour costs. Plastic injection moulding is an automated process whereby a majority of the process is performed by machines and robotics, which a sole operator can control and manage. Automation helps to reduce manufacturing costs, as the overheads are significantly reduced.

    3) Design flexibility. The moulds themselves are subjected to extremely high pressure. As a result, the plastic within the moulds is pressed harder and allows for a large amount of detail to be imprinted onto the part and for complex or intricate shapes to be manufactured.

    4) High-output production. Thousands of parts can be produced before the tooling needs to be maintained.

    5) Large material choice. There is a large selection of polymer resins to choose from. Multiple plastic materials can also be used simultaneously; for example, TPE can be overmoulded onto PP parts.

    6) Low scrap rates. Injection moulding produces very little post-production scrap relative to traditional manufacturing processes. Any waste plastic typically comes from the sprue and runners. Any unused or waste plastic, however, can be reground and recycled for future use.

    7) Ability to include inserts. Metal or plastic inserts can be insert moulded.

    8) Good colour control. Plastic parts can be manufactured in any required colours with the use of masterbatches or compounding.

    9) Product consistency. Injection Moulding is a repeatable process; in other words, the second part you produce is going to be identical to the first one etc. This is a huge advantage when trying to produce high tolerances and part reliability in high volumes.

    10) Reduced finishing requirements. There is often very little post-production work required as parts usually have a good finished look upon ejection.

    11) Enhanced Strength. When plastic injection moulding, it is possible to use fillers in the moulding material. These fillers reduce the density of the plastic whilst it is being moulded, and can help add greater strength to the completed part.

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