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Injection molding machine, also known as injection machine, is a special machine for manufacturing plastic products. There are many types of injection molding machines, which can usually be distinguished by the following methods: driving mode, mold opening and closing direction, applicable raw materials, mold clamping structure, and injection structure.
Many people do not understand the mold, what is the mold? A mold is a production tool that can produce parts with certain shape and size requirements. That is to say, the molds that people usually say, such as the casings of TV sets, telephones, plastic barrels and other commodities, are produced by injecting plastic heating software into the molds for cooling and molding. Any commodity is made with molds. It can be said that there is no production of products without molds.
Thermoforming or vacuum forming is one of the common methods of processing plastic materials. Vacuum forming products are ubiquitous and are used to produce all kinds of plastic objects in daily life.
Plastic products are common in our daily living, such as the 3C products we use every day "mobile phone, computer shell", "computer keyboard"; daily household items "fresh-keeping box", "portable water bottle"; plastics are used in automobile and locomotive shell panels”, “furniture”, etc. The extent to which plastic materials are widely used is closely related to our daily living. What does plastic injection have to do with us? We would like to discuss what points should be paid attention to in plastic injection molding, and what processes are required for injection molding to produce the general the products we see in the markets? Let's find out!
Hot runner technology is an advanced technology applied to the pouring runner system of plastic injection molds, and it is a process in the development of plastic injection molding technology.
The discipline of tooling design is fundamental to manufacturing. The cost of manufacturing and of the end product depends heavily upon tool design.
Aerospace components must guarantee personnel safety and facilitate the optimal performance of high-precision instruments and machines.
As adoption of 3D printing spreads throughout the larger sector of industrial manufacturing, the value of the technology as more than just a rapid prototyping tool is becoming increasingly evident. In this article, we gave an overview of how 3D printing is used to fabricate molds and dies for injection molding and die casting.