|Material:||PPE / PS -GF10FR||Cavity Steel:||1.2343|
|Mold Size:||400 X 500 X 495 Mm||Cavity:||1|
|Mold Life:||1 Million Shots||Runner:||Hot Runner|
precision plastic molding,
custom plastic molding
Class 101 Precision Plastic Mold with Parker Cylinder
|Name||Injection manufacturers professional injection processing custom molded plastic parts|
|Condition||In stock/Made to order|
|Shape||As per your drawing|
|Shape||Sheet, rod, tube, gear, rack,pulley, guide rail, Plastics fittings,and so on|
|Advantage||One stop procurement|
|Packing||Plastic bags,Cartons,Wooden case,Pallet,Container,ect.|
|Other||24 hours instant and comfortable customer service.|
|Shipping status notification during delivery.|
|Regular notification of new styles & hot selling styles.|
Issue Solution Example:
Description: Vacuum voids are pockets of air trapped within or close to the surface of an injection molded prototype.
Causes: Vacuum voids are often caused by uneven solidification between the surface and the inner sections of the prototype. This can be aggravated when the holding pressure is insufficient to condense the molten plastic in the mold (and thereby force out air that would otherwise get trapped). Voids can also develop from a part that is cast from a mold with two halves that are not correctly aligned.
Description: Surface delamination is a condition where thin surface layers appear on the part due to a contaminant material. These layers appear like coatings and can usually be peeled off (i.e. “delaminate”).
Causes: Foreign materials that find their way into the molten plastic separate from the finished product because the contaminant and the plastic cannot bond. The fact that they cannot bond not only has an affect on the appearance of the prototype, but also on its strength. The contaminant acts as a localized fault trapped within the plastic. An over-dependence on mold release agents can also cause delamination.
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Contact Person: Mr. Laurence Wu