Two-Station Mold

Two-Station Mold In order to demold the part independently of the production process, a stripping station was integrated into the two-component molding. The mold is then rotated clockwise in steps of 120°. There is an opening on the side of the third station from which the gripper gripper can reach the closed mold, demold the…

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Four-Station Mold

Four-Station Mold Multi-layer plastic parts can be produced using four-station molds. This method is easy to implement when using recycled materials and barrier layers. The innermost layer is produced at the first station. Then, the mold is rotated 90° to the next station. At this time, the first component was injection molded using the second…

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Push-Pull Injection Molding

Push-Pull Injection Molding Such as injection molding process, this molding method can eliminate defects such as melt seams, voids, cracks and microscopic porosity in plastic parts, and can control the arrangement of reinforcing fibers. It adopts two main injection units and one double injection unit. Mold. In operation, the main injection unit pushes the melt…

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Layer Injection Molding

Layer Injection Molding Layered injection molding is a molding process that combines the characteristics of co-extrusion molding and injection molding, which can arbitrarily produce a very thin layered state in complex parts. Layered injection molding simultaneously performs two different resin injections, which are layered in a co-extrusion die through a multi-stage co-extrusion die, and the…

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Multi-Component Injection Molding

Multi-Component Injection Molding Multi-component injection molding offers new possibilities for plastics processing, combining different materials or colors in a single molding. Production can be done in one process without the need for additional assembly or post-machine processing steps. Multi-component injection molding is a fully automated process with a high degree of flexibility, making it ideal…

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Controlled Low Pressure Injection Molding Features

Controlled Low Pressure Injection Molding Features Controlled low pressure injection molding is characterized by its distinction from conventional injection molding. The conventional injection molding filling stage controls the injection rate, while the low pressure injection molding filling stage controls the injection pressure. During the low-pressure injection process, the inlet pressure of the cavity is constant,…

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