Composition System of Die Structure for Daily Necessities Mould from xiu's blog


Injection moulding of Daily Necessities Mould(FURNITUREMOULD) is a processing method used in mass production of some parts with complex shapes. The specific principle refers to the heated and melted plastic raw materials are pushed by the screw of the injection moulding machine and injected into the mould cavity of the daily necessities mould under high pressure, and the plastic formed products are obtained after cooling and curing.

The daily necessities mould consists of a moving mould and a fixed mould, the moving mould is installed on the moving template of the injection moulding machine, and the fixed mould is installed on the fixed template of the injection moulding machine. During injection moulding, the movable mould and the fixed mould are closed to form a gating system and a mould cavity, and during mould opening, the movable mould and the fixed mould are separated to take out plastic products. Although the structure of daily necessities mould may vary greatly due to the variety and performance of plastics, the shape, and structure of plastic products, and the types of injection machines, the basic structure is the same.

The structure of the daily necessities mould is divided into functions, mainly consisting of a pouring system, a temperature adjusting system, a forming part system, an exhaust system, a guide system, an ejection system and the like. Among them, the gating system and moulding parts are the parts in direct contact with the plastic and change with the plastic and the products. They are the parts in the plastic mould that are complicated and vary greatly and require high processing smoothness and precision. In fact, the daily necessities mould is not difficult, no matter how the product changes, for the daily necessities mould to form this product, its structure is nothing more than the above aspects.

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