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Reasons for Bending Deformation of Chair Mould from xiu's blog

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There may be a series of situations in the process of Chair Mould(FURNITUREMOULD) processing customization. In fact, one of the phenomena that we have to face is the bending deformation of chair mould processing. So during the whole processing, besides considering the final requirements or installation, we should also consider the performance of chair mould processing and equipment. In this case, we have to consider the fluidity of more chair mould processing. Then why do chair mould processing customization have some bending deformation?

I. Mould

In the process of customizing the chair mould processing, basically if such a situation occurs, it is believed that the door may be located improperly or in insufficient quantity, or the top product may not be located uniformly.

II. Technology

More technical factors will be taken into account when customizing the chair mould processing. For example, it may be considered that the temperature of the machine pipeline is extremely high, or the injection pressure is extremely high, and there are other situations where the injection is too fast. The heat preservation time is relatively long, and the cooling time is also very short.

III. Raw Materials

When all the raw materials are actually processed, they will affect the final cleanliness and lead to the deformation of the whole product.

IV. Product Design

When the chair mould is customized, each product has its own design style in the process of design. For a simple example, different chair mould has different design requirements because they have different requirements during processing.

Through the above content, we should consider the actual situation in the process of processing the chair mould. When bending deformation occurs, it must be adjusted first to a reasonable state for processing.

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