Customized polishing single cavity Plastic Injection Mould automobile parts
Plastic Injection Molding Description:
|1.2738,1.2343, 1.2344, S7, H13, P20HH, GS738H, LKM738H, 718, 8407, S136, Calmax 635 NAK80,
SKD-61,NIMAX, 45#, 50#, Aluminum for prototype mold etc.
|Cold runner or Hot runner :YUDO/ HUSKY/MOLD-MASTER/SYNVENTIRE/INCO/ MASTIP/ HASCO/ DME
|Submarine gate, tunnel gate, side/edge gate, direct gate, pin point gate, sprue gate, diaphragm gate, fan gate, cashew gate, hook gate, hot tip, hot drop, valve gate etc.
|Plastic material for parts
|PS, SAN, PA, POM, ABS, PP, PET, PC, PE, HDPE, PA66+GF, PVC, TPE, TPU, TPV etc
|CNC, high speed carve, EDM ,wiring-cutting, drill, polish etc
|10-30 work days depends on the structure and size of products
|Wooden Case Package or according to customer requirement
|EX Works, FOB HangZhou, FOB Hong Kong, China, CFR, CIF, DDU, DDP
1. Mold Design Control
2. Mold Steel Hardness Inspection
3. Mold Electrodes Inspection
4. Mold Core and Cavity Steel Dimension Inspection
5. Mold Pre-Assembly Inspection
6. Mold Trial Report and Samples Inspection
7. Pre-Shipment Final Inspection
8. Export Product Package Inspection
Win Win Mold was founded in 2006. With many years of development, it has grown up to an enterprise providing a full “turn key” services to the customers, starting with product design, prototype parts making, mold design, mold making and molding production, automotive checking fixture etc. Moreover, we are specialized in plastic injection mold designing and manufacturing.
Win Win Mold builds a wide variety of Plastic Injection Molds, ranging in size from small M. U. D. Inserts to molds of 15 tons; Single cavity to multiple cavity; Proto-type to high production class 101; Standard runner/gates to hot manifolds with valve gates.
We provide molds and products to customers from a diverse range of industries including Automotive, Household electrical appliances, Electronics, Medical, Packaging, Telecommunications and Industrial tools.
Win Win Mold is a full service Plastic Injection Molding manufacturer in custom manufacturing. With our experienced tool makers and setters we can achieve optimum product output in a minimum of time. Your product is molded to your specifications and put through our quality inspection department to guarantee accuracy and quality at all times.
1.Q: I have an idea for a new product, but I don’t know if it can be manufactured. Can you help?
A:Yes! We are always happy to work with potential customers to evaluate the technical feasibility of your idea o r design and we can advise on materials, tooling and likely set-up costs.
2.Q:What are the advantages to have my parts manufactured locally?
A:Win Win Mold can offer quick reaction times to any changes in specification, batch size or material. We can ship small or large quantities anywhere in North America, Europe overnight to accommodate unforeseen changes in demand.
3.Q: My components have already been developed on CAD. Can you use the drawings?
A: Yes! DWG, DXF, IGES, Solid works and STP, X_T files can all be used to generate quotes, models and mould tools – this can save time and money in producing
4.Q: Can I test my idea/component before committing to mould tool manufacture?
A:Yes, we can use CAD drawings to make Prototype models for design and functional evaluations or market test.
5.Q:What type of plastic is best for my design/component?
A: Materials selection depends on the application of your design and the environment in which it will function. W e will be happy to discuss the alternatives and suggest the best material.
6.Q:What type of mould tool do I need?
A:Mould tools can be either single cavity (one part at a time) or multi-cavity (2,4, 8 or 16 parts at a time). Single cavity tools are generally used for small quantities, up to 10,000 parts per year whereas multi-cavity tools are for larger quantities. We can look at your projected annual requirements and recommend the
best tooling option for you.
7.Q:Ok, I’ve decided to go ahead with my project. How long will it take to get my parts?
A: It can take 3 to 6 weeks to have the mould tool manufactured depending on the part’s complexity, size and the number of impressions/ cavities (single or multiple). After we receive your final approval on the tool preliminary design, you can expect delivery of T1 parts within 3-6 weeks. And during mold building process, mold build Weekly Update will be provided to you every week for your better understanding of the manufacturing progress in our work shop.
|Product Shaping Mode:
|Checking Fixture Ww-167
|Lkm, Dme, Hasco etc ;
|Pre-Harden, Nitride, Heat Treatment, Quenching
Designing Injection Molded Parts
Injection molded parts are designed to work together to form a whole. While the small plastic toys like Legos aren’t typically fabricated for assembly, these products still require precision measurements. For this reason, the designs of injection molded parts should be perfected for manufacturing. The designs should also minimize error potential.
Design considerations for injection molded parts
When designing injection molded parts, it’s essential to consider the wall thickness of the part. Ideally, the wall thickness is uniform across the entire part. This allows the entire mold cavity to fill without restriction, and reduces the risk of defects. Parts that don’t have uniform wall thickness will have high stresses at the boundary between two sections, increasing the risk of cracks, warping, and twisting. To avoid such stresses, designers can consider tapering or rounding the edges of the part to eliminate stress concentration.
The wall thickness of the injection molded part is important because it affects many key characteristics. Therefore, it is critical to take proper care in choosing the wall thickness to avoid costly delays caused by mold problems or mold modification. The nominal wall thickness should be determined based on the function and stress requirements of the part. Similarly, the minimum wall thickness should be calculated based on acceptable stress. Too thin a wall can result in air traps and excessive plastic pressure.
Injection molded parts that have sharp corners are a common cause of defects. Sharp corners create stress concentrations, poor flow patterns, and increased injection mold wear. To minimize these problems, designers should keep inside corners and outside corners at half the wall thickness. This will help minimize stress and ensure the integrity of the part.
Another important design consideration for injection molded parts is the thickness of the ribs. They should be at least two-thirds of the outer wall. Thicker ribs may result in sink marks on the outer surface. Undercuts also complicate the mold design and increase the cost of the part.
Tolerance variation is also an important consideration. It depends on materials, process control, and tool design. Tolerance variation varies from molder to molder, and designers should discuss critical tolerance requirements with molders. If the part has to be manufactured to a particular tolerance, designers should consider options for mold revisions to minimize the tolerance variance. Additionally, designers may need to intentionally design extra clearance. To compensate for such variation, the molder may remove some steel or modify the design. In some cases, interference can be solved by welding.
Design considerations for injection molded parts should be discussed with material science professionals early in the design process. This is critical because changes to the mold design can be costly. Therefore, achieving the best possible result is critical. By following design guidelines, manufacturers can avoid common defects. A uniform wall thickness is also important because non-uniform thickness can lead to warping the part as it cools.
Another important factor for injection molded parts is the flowability of the material in the mold cavity. The resin should be able to flow easily around rounded corners. For example, a molded part with a curved undercut will not eject properly from the mold if there’s no space between the two sides. For this reason, designers should consider the flowability of the molded material before deciding on a design.
Adding a runner system to an injection molding machine
There are two main types of runner systems: hot runner systems and cold runner systems. In a hot runner system, a runner nozzle delivers the molten plastic into the mold cavity. A cold runner system does not require the use of a nozzle and acts as a conduit for the molten plastic.
The design of a hot runner mold should balance the activity of plastic solution and mold cavities. Ideally, a mold with two cavities is better balanced than one with three. However, it is important to remember that a three-cavity mold requires a manifold balance of human activities.
Plastic mold runner systems are crucial for ensuring consistent fill rates and pressure. Whether you are producing single or multiple-cavity plastic parts, a runner system will keep your processes consistent. When choosing a runner system, make sure you have the right one for your application.
Hot runner systems can reduce cycle times by as much as 10 to 30 percent. They help improve quality control and minimize material waste by keeping the plastic molten throughout the molding process. Moreover, they help save on plastic raw materials and energy. These features make them ideal for large production lines.
A hot runner system can also help prevent overfilling a cavity. Make sure that the volume of the hot runner is equal to the volume of the mold cavity. Otherwise, the plastic solution will be trapped inside the hot runner for too long and decompose.
Hot runner systems come in many varieties. One type of hot runner system is called the sprue hot runner system. This system uses a mechanical valve to open and close a nozzle. This type of hot runner is more effective and efficient than a general-purpose hot runner. However, it is also more expensive.
In a three-plate mold, the runner system is positioned between the core and cavity plates. When the mold is opened, the runner system automatically separates from the molded part. This eliminates the need for manual labor, but increases the cost of tooling.
The runner system is important for producing parts that are both thin and thick. The runner should be narrow but large so as not to create voids and improve the overall performance of the final product. Runner systems are also important for reducing the amount of energy needed to form and regrind the material.
A hot runner system is one way to improve the speed and accuracy of plastic molding. It helps avoid problems with waste by reducing the amount of plastic wasted. Furthermore, a hot runner system also prevents expensive repairs. By adding a runner system to an injection molding system, you will ensure better quality and precision, and avoid unnecessary downtime and costly repairs.
Hot runner systems are ideal for high-volume productions. However, they require a higher level of maintenance. In addition, hot runner systems are difficult to clean and often leave waste material. Hidden runners may also be inconvenient to remove, especially when changing materials or colors. They can also lead to sticking issues if they are made from thermally sensitive materials.
Using a thermally isolated cold injection unit
Thermostatic control of temperature in an injection molding process can make a significant impact on part quality. High mold temperatures should be regulated by using a temperature-controlled cooling unit. These devices are equipped with pumping systems and internal heaters. The temperature of the injected plastic determines the plastic’s flow characteristics and shrinkage. Temperature also influences the surface finish, dimensional stability, and physical properties of the finished product.
A thermally isolated cold injection unit allows mold operators to mold parts at lower temperatures than a conventional injection molding machine. The injection mold itself is composed of two steel halves. The two halves are connected by a mechanical hinge. During injection molding, a small amount of plastic is forced into the mold cavity. The injected plastic is then allowed to cool into a solid state. The molded part then falls out of the mold halves. The injected part then enters a bin to be collected.
The heat/cool injection molding process can improve the aesthetics of molded parts significantly. The effects of this technique are particularly apparent with amorphous resins, which do not form a skin during the injection phase. The molded parts have a higher gloss than with conventional molding techniques.
This process requires less clamping force than conventional injection molding and offers more design freedom. It also increases process capacity and materials savings. The process control for this process is more complex, with variables such as the amount of melt injection, water pressure, and water injection delay time.
The angle of repose is another criterion. A low angle indicates that the pellets are free-flowing, while an angle above 45deg indicates that the pellets are not free-flowing. This is important when processing nylon resins.
Plastic injection molding has made huge advances in recent decades. Today, most injection molds fall into one of two types: hot runner and cold runner. Each has its advantages and disadvantages. Understanding how they differ will help you decide which method is right for you.
Injection molding is a highly effective manufacturing process that gives manufacturers a competitive edge over their competition. Using this process produces high-quality plastic and metal parts with minimal waste and a low cycle time. The process is also extremely accurate and produces products with the perfect blend of flexibility and strength.
editor by CX 2023-11-21