Mold is the Tool where the Hot plastics are Injected and Cooled to get desired shape and size. Because of the high pressures involved in this process, steel tooling is preferable. Aluminum may be used for low volumes and prototyping.
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Injection Molding Machines

Injection molding machines can fasten the molds in either a horizontal or vertical position. The majority of machines are horizontally oriented, but vertical machines are used in some niche applications such as insert molding, allowing the machine to take advantage of gravity. Some vertical machines also don't require the mold to be fastened. There are many ways to fasten the tools to the platens, the most common being manual clamps (both halves are bolted to the platens); however hydraulic clamps (chocks are used to hold the tool in place) and magnetic clamps are also used.

Injection Mould

The function of Injection Molding Process is to convert Polymer into the desired shape of Components. The polymer is heated in a cylinder under Pressure in a Machine called Injection Molding Machine. The desired shape is provided by a tool Known as Injection Mold. One of the earliest forms of Plastic Moulding was Compression Moulding. Here, a fixed amount of plastic is placed in the lower half of a mould and heated before the upper half of the mould is closed over the top of it. The mould remains closed while the part cools and when it is taken off the ‘Flash’

Raw Material

Most of the Raw Materials or Polymeric Resin can be used. The resin is in either pellets or in powder before processing. Some of the commonly used Polymers are
Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS)
Nylon (PA)
Polycarbonate ( PC )
Polypropylene ( PP )
Polystyrene ( GPPS )
Styrene Acrylonitrile (SAN )
Polyacetal ( Delrin )
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC )

Specialty in Manufacturing Injection Molded Components.

Specialty in Manufacturing Injection Molded Components Outside of our homes Injection Molded products are still all around us – the Car, Bus or Train you ride to work, School or College is full of Injection molded components and whatever you do, there is a lot of chance that you spend a large portion of your moment, tapping the Injection Molded keys of an Injection Molded Computer or holding the Injection Molded hand piece of an Injection Molded Phone or writing things down with an Injection Molded Component.