|Material:||PA6/66 + 50%GF||Cavity Steel:||S136|
|Mold Size:||600 X 600 X 437 Mm||Cavity:||1|
|Mold Life:||1 Million Shots||Runner:||Hot Runner|
custom plastic molding,
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Precision Plastic Mold designed by UG NX11.0 and AutoCad
1 cavity mold for auto part with PP66-50%GF Black material.
|Manufacturing||Injection molded parts|
|Cavity Variety||One-stop solution,Multi-cavity mold,Family plastic mold,Hot runner plastic mold|
|Quality Control||ISO/TS16949:2002 and ISO14001:2004 system|
|Mold Processing||CNC EDM machine processing then assembly and trial|
|General Size||According to your 3D drawings|
|Manufacturing Machines||CNC,EDM,MILLING,WIRE EDM,etc|
|Runner||Hot Runner/Cold Runner|
|Running||Hot Runner/Cold Runner|
|Plastic Mould life||300,000-3,000,000 shots|
|Ejection System||Ejector pin or ejecting block|
|Mold Standard||Domestic standard,HASCO standard,DME Standard,MasterFlow Standard|
|Mold Making Time||15-35 days|
|Mold Life Time||500000-1000000pieces|
|Plastic Material||ABS,PP, PC, PS, PE, PET, POM, PA,PU, PVC, PEI,HIPS, PMMA etc.|
Issue Solution example
Description: Weld lines are actually more like a plane than a line that appears in a part where molten plastics meet each other as they flow from two different parts of the mold.
Causes: Weld lines are caused by the inadequate bonding of two or more flow fronts when there is partial solidification of the molten plastic.
Description: As the term implies, short shots can be described as a situation where a molding shot falls short. This means that the molten plastic for some reason does not fully occupy the mold cavity or cavities, resulting in a portion where there is no plastic. The finished product becomes deficient because it is incomplete.
Causes: Short shots can be caused by a number of things. Incorrect calibration of the shot or plasticizing capacities can result in the plastic material being inadequate to fill the cavities. If the plastic is too viscous, it may solidify before fully occupying all the cavities and result in a short shot. Inadequate degassing or gas venting techniques can also result in short shots because air is trapped and has no way to escape; plastic material cannot occupy the space that air or gas is already occupying.
Contact Person: Mr. Laurence Wu