Production process of injection mold
Mold is a model used for mass production of products in industrial production. Speaking of molds, what many people think is something profound that ordinary people can't touch. In fact, in our daily life, we have also come into contact with some simple molds, such as wooden frames used for building red bricks, iron boxes used for cement bricks, and plastic boxes used by children to play with plasticine. They are all based on the same principle as industrial molds, using shape tools to replicate products in batches. Most of our daily necessities are inseparable from molds, and molds have become irreplaceable. So what is the production process of the mold?
Injection mold production time:
The time is related to the size and complexity of the product, usually the cycle is 15-20 days, and the fastest 7 days for the test board of the mobile phone model
Injection mold production process:
Step 1: Get samples or product drawings of plastic products that customers need to mold. Get the sample, first measure the point, and then proceed to the next step. Once you get the product drawing, you can proceed directly to the next step.
Step 2: Make the mold shape, if there is a mold with a hot runner, design the hot runner as well.
Step 3: After the styling is completed, confirm with the customer.
Step 4: Unloading, that is, purchasing steel materials.
Step 5: Roughing, that is, roughing, including dynamic and fixed die line cutting, CNC milling, and milling machine processing.
Step 6: Finishing, including middle wire, slow wire, high-speed milling, electric spark, deep hole drilling.
Step 7: Lighting up.
Step 8: Clamping, commonly known as bumping.
Step 9: Final installation and debugging. The debugging is no problem, and the mold is completed.
Injection mold definition:
Injection mold is a tool for producing plastic products, and it is also a tool for giving plastic products a complete structure and precise dimensions. Injection molding is a processing method used in the mass production of some complex-shaped parts. Specifically, it refers to injecting the material melted by heat into the mold cavity by high pressure, and after cooling and solidifying, the molded product is obtained.