Plastic mold products are widely used in daily society. Plastic mold technology has become one of the important signs of measuring a country’s product manufacturing level. We can come into contact with many places in life, such as some chairs outside the restaurant, water pipes at home, and even the baskets you buy.
These plastic molds surround our daily lives, and it is precisely because of these that our colorful life is formed. What is an injection mold? First explain the meaning of injection molding. Injection molding refers to a processing method used in mass production of certain shapes and complex parts.
Specifically, the material melted by heat is injected into the mold cavity under high pressure, and after cooling and solidification, a molded product is obtained. The mold, as the name implies, is a device used to limit the shape and size of the production object. Injection molds are divided into various types of molds and tools used in industrial production to obtain the desired products by injection molding, blow molding, extrusion, die casting or forging, smelting, stamping, drawing, etc.
In short, an injection mold is a tool used to form objects. This tool is composed of various parts, and different injection molds are composed of different parts. It mainly realizes the processing of the shape of the article by changing the physical state of the formed material
The so-called injection molding refers to a method in which a material melted by heat is injected into a mold cavity under high pressure and cooled and solidified to obtain a molded product. This method is suitable for mass production of parts with complex shapes and is one of the important processing methods. The injection molding process can be roughly divided into the following six stages: “clamping-injection-holding pressure-cooling-mold opening-product removal”. The above process is repeated to produce products continuously.