Plastic Moulding Digital Product

Product Details

The plastic mold is an abbreviation for a combined mold for compression molding, extrusion molding, injection molding, blow molding and low foam molding. The coordinated changes of the cavity&core and the auxiliary forming system can process a series of plastic parts of different shapes and sizes. Plastic molds are the mother of industry, and now the release of new products will involve plastics.


The utility model mainly comprises a concave mold having a variable cavity formed by a die combination substrate, a die assembly and a die combination card, and a punch combination substrate, a punch module, a punch combination card, a cavity cutting component and A punch having a variable core composed of a side cut composite panel.

In order to improve the performance of plastics, various auxiliary materials such as fillers, plasticizers, lubricants, stabilizers, colorants, etc. are added to the polymer to become a good plastic.


1. Synthetic resin is the most important component of plastics, and its content in plastics is generally 40% to 100%. Because of the high content and the nature of the resin often determines the nature of the plastic, the resin is often considered synonymous with plastic, for example, a mixture of polyvinyl chloride resin and polyvinyl chloride plastic, phenolic resin and phenolic plastic. In fact, resin and plastic are two different concepts. Resin is a raw, unprocessed polymer that is used not only in the manufacture of plastics, but also as a raw material for coatings, adhesives, and synthetic fibers. In addition to plastics containing a minimum of 100% resin, most plastics require the addition of other substances in addition to the main component resins.


2. Filler can improve the strength and heat resistance of plastics, and reduce costs. For example, the addition of wood powder to phenolic resin can greatly reduce the cost, making phenolic plastic one of the cheapest plastics, while also significantly improving mechanical strength. Fillers can be divided into organic fillers and inorganic fillers, such as wood powder, rags, paper and various fabric fibers, such as glass fiber, diatomaceous earth, asbestos, and carbon black and so on.


3. Plasticizer can increase the plasticity and softness of plastic, reduce brittleness, and make plastic easy to process. Plasticizers are generally miscible, non-toxic, odorless, high-boiling organic compounds that are stable to light and heat, and the most commonly used are phthalates. For example, when producing polyvinyl chloride plastic, if you add more plasticizer, you can get soft PVC plastic. If you don't add or add plasticizer (<10%), you can get rigid PVC plastic.


4. Stabilizer In order to prevent the synthetic resin from being decomposed and destroyed by light and heat during processing and use, and prolonging the service life, a stabilizer should be added to the plastic. Commonly used are stearates, epoxy resins and the like.


5. coloring agent coloring agent can make plastics have a variety of bright, beautiful colors. Organic dyes and inorganic pigments are commonly used as colorants.


6. The role of the lubricant lubricant is to prevent the plastic from sticking to the metal mold during molding, and at the same time, the surface of the plastic can be smooth and beautiful. Commonly used lubricants are stearic acid and its calcium and magnesium salts. In addition to the above-mentioned auxiliary agents, a flame retardant, a foaming agent, an antistatic agent and the like may be added to the plastic.

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