Injection molding is the most commonly used manufacturing process for making plastic parts. The use of injection molding to create a variety of products, its size, complexity and application vary widely. The injection molding process requires the use of injection molding machines, original plastic materials and molds. The plastic melts in the injection molding machine and then injects the mold, where it cools and solidifies into the final part.
Many types of materials can be used during injection molding. Most polymers can be used. When these materials are used in injection molding processes, their starting materials are usually small particles or fine powder. In addition, a colorant may be added to the process to control the color of the final part.
Mold costs have two main components - the mold base and the cavity are machined. The cost of the mold base is primarily controlled by the size of the part envelope. Larger parts require larger, more expensive mold bases. The cost of the machining cavity is affected by almost all aspects of the geometrical geometry of the part. The main cost driver is the size of the cavity that must be machined, measured by the projected area of the cavity (equal to the projected area of the component and projection hole) and its depth. Any additional components that require additional processing time will increase the cost, including feature counting, parting, side core, lifter, screwing device, tolerances and surface roughness.
The cycle time can be divided into injection time, cooling time and reset time. By reducing these times, the cost of production will be reduced. By reducing the maximum wall thickness of the part and the part volume, the injection time can be reduced. For lower wall thicknesses, the cooling time is also reduced because they require less time to cool all the way. Several thermodynamic properties of the material also affect the cooling time. Finally, the reset time depends on the machine size and part size. Larger parts will require a larger movement to open, close and eject parts from the machine, while larger machines require more time to perform these operations.
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 piece.
Lead time: 5-7 working days.
1.Quick delivery time.
3.High production rates,
5.Use a wide range of materials,
6.Little need to finish parts after molding.
Payment terms: T/T, 50% deposit when placing order.
50% balance before shipment.
Shipment: FedEx / DHL/ UPS/ TNT Express is acceptable.
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