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Design plan and heat treatment of injection mold

2021-03-23 19:27:22 admin

Design plan and heat treatment of injection mold




At present, there are more and more plastic products, so the number of injection mold companies has gradually increased, but the quality of the molds produced by each company is not the same, and some people have doubts. Why are the same technologies and materials so different in quality? Pruuni injection mold manufacturer will tell you the reasons here.






In order to avoid similar problems, first of all, after the design of the injection product is determined, it is necessary to fully communicate with the mold processing company to ensure that the mold manufacturer can fully understand the detailed characteristics and molding process of injection molding. So as to more accurately complete the production and production of injection molds.






Secondly, in the injection molding process, a one-stop assembly line should be implemented to avoid the chaos caused by long-term operation, thereby affecting the normal progress of injection molding. In addition, the machine tools and equipment for injection molding must also be maintained, and details must be handled carefully in order to obtain a batch of high-quality injection molded products.






It is emphasized that the heat treatment of the injection mold is also an important factor that affects the effect of injection molding. The main influence of the heat treatment of the injection mold is the heating rate, the quenching temperature, and the quenching speed. Quenching quality is the key, and the quenching process and preventive measures must be strictly followed during the quenching process to ensure the effect of the mold.






Different mold quenching devices for injection molding also have different quenching treatments. Now common furnace devices and workpieces for quenching treatment should be heated to 650°C for preheating, and incubate for 1.5 hours to raise the temperature to 870°C. Incubate at 1040 again for 1.5 hours; incubate for 30 minutes, quench with oil at 150°C, allow natural air to cool to room temperature and tempering time, but for a second tempering at 520°C and 540°C.