Injection molding is a method of modeling the production of industrial products

1、 Technical introduction

Injection molding is a method of modeling the production of industrial products. Products are typically injection molded using rubber and plastic. Injection molding can also be divided into injection molding and die casting.

Injection molding machines (injection or injection molding machines for short) are the main molding equipment for making thermoplastic or thermosetting items of various shapes from plastic molding molds, and injection molding is achieved by injection molding machines and dies.

Main Types
Main Types

1. Rubber injection molding: rubber injection molding is a production method in which a gum material is injected directly from the barrel into model sulfurization. The advantages of rubber injection molding are: Little intermittent operation, but short molding cycle, high production efficiency abolishes the blastoid preparation procedure, less labor intensity, and superior product quality.

2. Plastic injection molding: plastic injection molding is a method of plasticware that uses pressure injection of molten plastic into a mold of plasticware which is cooled to yield the desired variety of plastic pieces. There are mechanical injection machines specifically designed to perform injection molding. The plastic most commonly used today is polystyrene.

3. Molding injection molding: the resulting shape tends to be the final product and no longer requires other machining before it is mounted or used as the final product. Many of the fine parts, such as bulges, ribs, threads, can be contoured in a single step injection molding operation.

Process Basis
Process Basis

1. purpose, operation and outcome of temperature, pressure, speed and cooling control

2. how does adjustment of injection molding machine settings affect process and quality

3. optimized screw control setting

4. multi segment filling with multi segment holding pressure control; Effect of crystallization, non crystallization and molecular / fiber alignment on process and quality

5. effects of internal stress, cooling rate, and plastic shrinkage on the quality of plastics

6. plastic rheology: how plastics flow, efflux versus changing viscosity, shear versus molecule / fiber efflux relationships

7. relationship between casting system, cooling system, mold structure and injection molding process