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Plastic parts are everywhere, and injection molding is the most widely used manufacturing process for making them.
It’s easy to see why: in addition to its material versatility, injection molding is a highly cost-effective process for manufacturing in large quantities, with a single mold sometimes used over a million times with no visible loss of quality. For mass production of plastic parts, there are few better alternatives.
So what exactly is injection molding? How does it…Continue
What is injection molding?
Injection molding is a manufacturing process commonly used for fabricating items from plastic trinkets and toys to automotive body parts, cell phone cases, water bottles, and containers. Essentially many of the plastic parts that we use in every-day life are injection molded. It is a quick process to create a mass…
The prototype is a model, a test piece, but it can only be produced in small batches. If you really produce in large quantities, you still have to use a mold, but the mold is more expensive to make. If you make the mold without confirming the usability of the product in all aspects, if anything goes wrong, it’s a big loss.
All customers who are looking for prototype should know, do the prototype to need 3D CAD file, so why do the…Continue
In order to ensure the normal processing of plastic parts, operators need to understand the cause of the abnormal appearance in this process, the better to avoid the abnormal appearance during processing. Below, JasonMould share the causes of deformation in processing: