|Mould Base material||LKM, HASCO, DME|
|Mould Cavity material||718H, S136, NAK80, P20, etc|
|Plastic parts material||ABS, PC, PP, PE, PA66, etc|
|Cavity||Single, Multi cavities|
|Runner||Hot & Cold Runner|
|Gate||Pin-point gate, Edge gate|
|Design software||Pro-E, UG, CAD, etc|
|Main processing equipment||CNC, Cutting, Carved, Milling, EDM, etc.|
|surface treatment||Texture, Polishing, etc.|
|Package||Wooden/Plywood case for tool
PE bags add export carton for parts
|Delivery time||6-8 weeks depending on the product structure|
|Trade Term||EXW, FOB|
|Payment Term||30% paid by T/T upon order confirmation, 40% upon the 1st shot sample, balance paid before delivery.|
|Material type||Abbr||Description and typical applications|
|Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene||ABS||Opaque & tough / Phones & computers|
|Polypropylene||PP||Opaque & tough / Beer crates|
|Polystyrene||PS||Clear & Brittle / Toys & model kits|
|Polystyrene High Impact||HIPS||Opaque & tough / Toys & model kits|
|Acetyl||POM||Natural & very tough / Gears & bearings|
Clear and very tough / Street lamp covers & safety
|Plasticized Polyvinylchloride||PVC||Opaque & flexible / Shoe soles & electrical insulation|
Opaque & very tough / Bushes, bearings & curtain
|Polyamide 6.6||PA6.6||Opaque, tough and rigid / Housings & handles|
|Polyamide 12||PA12||Opaque tough & rigid / Air filters & spectacle frames|
|Polyethylene low density||LDPE||Waxy tough & flexible / Kitchenware & sealing lids|
|Polyethylene high density||HDPE||Waxy tough & stiff / Crates & chair seats|
|Thermoplastic Elastomer||TPE||Flexible & tough / Seals & washers|
|Thermoplastic Rubber||TPR||Flexible & tough / Seals & washers|
|Acrylic||PMMA||Transparent & Brittle / Lenses & car lights &Display|
|Polystyrene General Purpose||GPPS||Clear & brittle / Ballpoint pen barrels|
|Polyphenylene Sulphide||PPS||Brown & very strong / Guides & bearings|
|Polyphenylene Oxide||PPO||Tough & stable / Electrical parts|
|Rigid Polyvinyl Chloride||UPVC||Opaque & tough / Fascia fittings & guttering|
|Styrene Acrylonitrile||SAN / AS||Clear & brittle / Table & picnicware|
|Polyether Sulphone||PES||Clear & tough / Metal replacement parts|
|Cellulose Acetate||CA||Clear & tough / Spectacle frames|
About Plastic Mould Manufacturing
Q1: What kind of molds do you make?
A1: We are mainly making plastic mold injection and die-casting mold.
Sometimes we also make rubber molds according to our customer’s requirements.
Q2: Do you build hot runner plastic moulds?
A2: Yes. We build hot runner Plastic Moulds and specialized in many different systems, such as DME, Master, Mastip, Hasco, Yudo, Incoe, Husky, etc.
The manifold recommended for your tool is selected to meet your individual needs.
Q3: What types of files do you accept (drawings)?
A3: With our CAD systems we can accept the following files:
STP, IGS, DXF, DWG, Cad Key PPT, STL, X_T, CATIA, UG files, etc.
Q4: What kind of steel do you use for plastic mouldings?
A4: We can use any type of steel appointed by customer or popular in the market.
Such as P20, 718, NAK80, H13, S136, DIN 1.2738, etc.
Q5: Can you provide the steel certificate and heat-treatment certificate?
A5: Yes, We can provide a steel certificate or hardness certificate to prove.
Q6: Can you make the texture/text / heat-treatment /nitriding for the injection mold plastic?
A6: Yes, As a plastic mold factory, we have long-term cooperated subsidiary factories that do those processes.
They are professional and well reputed in our local market.
Q7: How long is the lead-time for a plastic injection mold?
A7: It all depends on the mold’s size and complexity. Normally, the lead time is 25—45days.
If the Plastic Mouldings are very simple and not big size, we can work out within 20 days.
Q8: Do you make spare parts for your customers?
A8: Yes, we will provide spare parts for the mold if needed or required by clients.
Q9: How do you pack the plastic moulds?
A9: We pack the plastic moulds with a wooden box.
There are the main 3 operation steps.
First Step: We daub some rust preventive oil on the mold.
Second step: We pack the mold with thin plastic film to avoid moisture.
Third step: We put this plastic film packed mold in a wooden box, and fix it to avoid any movement.