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GoodBo Mould Group is a professional manufacturer with over 20 years of experience in the mold industry. We have always been regarded by global customers as gold manufacturers and suppliers. Our production factory has advanced facilities for molding, screen printing, painting, assembly, packaging, and testing.

We are proud of our integrated production system, research and development, design, production, and high-quality control processes. The principle of GoodBo Mould is to ensure quality first and reputation first. GoodBo Mould has global customers such as Ford,FAW-Volkswagen,KONKA,Sony,Samsung,HONDA,Nissan,Canon,Haier,HP,etc.



Product name chair plastic mould
Place of Origin China
Runner
Cold Runner. Hot Runner: Yudo
PortShenzhen
Colors Customized Colors
Condition
New
Design software
CAD/PROE/UG/3D/STEP/PDF/JPG
Packing Size(cm)

160*186*221

Specific consultation with us

Brand Name GoodBo Mould
Export region
Africa,Europe
Export country
Africa,Europe...etc
Mould life
500000 shots
Certification
ISO90001
Product Material
PC(polycarbonate),PPO(poly phenylene oxide),GPS(general polystyrene)...etc.
Mould making technology
CNC Programming,2D Modelling...etc.
Application
Automotive,FMCG,Medical...etc.
After-sales Service
Always maintained
MOQ
Negotiable
Packaging Details
Packed in cartons
Supply Ability

2000-100000 Set/Sets per Month

(See specific model products)

Lead time (days)
20-40 (To be negotiated)
Mould BaseLKM,HASCO...
 Please noteThis table is for reference only, please consult us for specific information.

GoodBo Mould is one of the leading chair plastic mould manufacturers in China, and our mission is to provide customers with high-quality products and the highest quality service.

GoodBo Mould appoints a project manager to each individual project and client. The project manager is in charge of the entire project from start to finish providing direct communication for the client. All project management teams communicate in English.

To efficiently manage projects and achieve the required lead time, project manager is appointed to monitor the process of manufacture. Process charts are issued every week via e-mail include digital photographs of the work in progress, creating a real-time tooling progress assessment.

chair plastic mould---FAQs Guide
1.What factors affect the lifespan of a chair plastic mould?
2.How does the chair plastic mould contribute to achieving a desired surface finish on the molded products?
3.Are there any special solutions for making chair plastic mould with deep walls or complex shapes?
4.How does the temperature of a chair plastic mould affect the moulding process?
5.What is the significance of angle control in chair plastic mould?
6.About chair plastic mould delivery time
7.What type of steel is normally used for a chair plastic mould?
8.What is the difference between cast and machined chair plastic mould?
9.What are the common types of chair plastic mould used for metal alloys?
10.What techniques are used to remove excess material from a chair plastic mould during the moulding process?
11.What is the difference between high-pressure and low-pressure chair plastic mould?
12.About chair plastic mould warranty
13.About chair plastic mould,which materials do you support?
14.What are the advantages and disadvantages of chair plastic mould made from aluminium?
15.What training and support are provided for users working with the chair plastic mould?

1.What factors affect the lifespan of a chair plastic mould?

We are centered on customers and always pay attention to customers' needs for chair plastic mould products.
1. Temperature: Temperature can affect the growth and survival of moulds. Generally, moulds grow best in warm, damp environments. High temperatures can kill some moulds, while low temperatures can slow down their growth.
2. Humidity: High humidity levels can promote the growth of moulds, while low humidity levels can inhibit their growth.
3. Light: Moulds need light to grow, so exposure to light can affect their lifespan.
4. Airflow: Poor air circulation can create an environment that is conducive to mould growth.
5. Nutrients: Moulds need nutrients to survive, so the availability of nutrients can affect their lifespan.
6. pH: The pH of the environment can affect the growth of moulds. Generally, moulds prefer slightly acidic environments.

2.How does the chair plastic mould contribute to achieving a desired surface finish on the molded products?

We adhere to the principle of integrity and transparency, and establish long -term relationships with partners, and we attach great importance to this detail.The mold contributes to achieving a desired surface finish on the molded products by providing a smooth, uniform surface that can be polished or textured to the desired finish. The mold also helps to ensure that the product is free of any defects or imperfections that could affect the surface finish. Additionally, the mold can be designed to create specific textures or patterns on the surface of the product.

3.Are there any special solutions for making chair plastic mould with deep walls or complex shapes?

Our products & services cover a wide range of areas and meet the needs of different fields.Yes, there are several special solutions for making molds with deep walls or complex shapes. These include using a CNC machining process, 3D printing, vacuum forming, and injection molding. Each of these processes has its own advantages and disadvantages, so it is important to consider the specific requirements of the project before deciding which process is best.

4.How does the temperature of a chair plastic mould affect the moulding process?

We have a professional team that is committed to the innovation and development of chair plastic mould.Temperature is a critical factor in the moulding process. If the mould is too cold, the plastic material will not flow properly and the moulded part will be of poor quality. If the mould is too hot, the plastic material will degrade and the moulded part will be of poor quality. The ideal temperature for the mould depends on the type of plastic material being used. Generally, the mould should be heated to a temperature that is slightly higher than the melting point of the plastic material. This will ensure that the plastic material flows properly and the moulded part has a good finish.

How does the temperature of a chair plastic mould affect the moulding process?

5.What is the significance of angle control in chair plastic mould?

We have advanced production equipment and technology to meet the needs of customers, and can provide customers with high quality, low priced chair plastic mould products.Angle control in moulds is important for ensuring that the finished product has the desired shape and dimensions. It is also important for controlling the flow of molten material during the injection moulding process. Angle control helps to ensure that the molten material is evenly distributed throughout the mould cavity, which helps to reduce the risk of defects in the finished product. Additionally, angle control helps to reduce the risk of warping and other deformities in the finished product.

6.About chair plastic mould delivery time

3-4 weeks for the 1st.artical. Lead time for plastic mold manufacturing depends on the complexity of the mold and the size of the order.

7.What type of steel is normally used for a chair plastic mould?

We focus on our customers' needs and strive to meet their expectations, so we take this very seriously.
Tool steel is typically used for moulds. Common types of tool steel include high-speed steel, hot-work steel, cold-work steel, shock-resistant steel, and plastic mould steel.

8.What is the difference between cast and machined chair plastic mould?

We actively participate in the chair plastic mould industry associations and organization activities. The corporate social responsibility performed well, and the focus of brand building and promotionCast moulds are made by pouring molten metal into a mould cavity, while machined moulds are made by cutting and shaping metal with a machine tool. Cast moulds are typically used for low-volume production, while machined moulds are used for high-volume production. Cast moulds are generally less expensive and faster to produce, while machined moulds are more precise and can produce more complex shapes.

What is the difference between cast and machined chair plastic mould?

9.What are the common types of chair plastic mould used for metal alloys?

We continuously upgrade our skills and knowledge to adapt to changing chair plastic mould market needs.
1. Sand Casting Moulds: Sand casting is one of the most popular and cost-effective methods for producing metal parts and components. Sand casting moulds are made from a mixture of sand, clay, and water. The sand is packed around a pattern of the desired shape, and then the pattern is removed and molten metal is poured into the cavity.
2. Investment Casting Moulds: Investment casting is a process in which a wax pattern is used to create a mould. The wax pattern is then encased in a ceramic shell, which is heated to melt the wax and create a cavity for the molten metal to be poured into.
3. Permanent Moulds: Permanent moulds are made from metal and are used to produce parts with complex shapes and intricate details. The mould is heated and the molten metal is poured into the cavity.
4. Die Casting Moulds: Die casting is a process in which molten metal is forced into a mould under high pressure. The mould is usually made from steel or aluminium and is designed to produce parts with precise dimensions and intricate details.

10.What techniques are used to remove excess material from a chair plastic mould during the moulding process?

We maintain a stable growth through reasonable capital operations, focus on industry development trends and cutting -edge technologies, and focus on product quality and safety performance.
1. Trimming: This is the most common technique used to remove excess material from a mould. It involves using a sharp tool to cut away the excess material.
2. Sanding: This technique involves using sandpaper to sand down the excess material.
3. Grinding: This technique involves using a grinding wheel to grind away the excess material.
4. Drilling: This technique involves using a drill to drill away the excess material.
5. Blasting: This technique involves using a blasting material such as sand or glass beads to blast away the excess material.

11.What is the difference between high-pressure and low-pressure chair plastic mould?

We focus on teamwork and communication to achieve common goals, We attach great importance to this detail.High-pressure moulds are used to create parts with complex shapes and intricate details, while low-pressure moulds are used to create parts with simpler shapes and fewer details. High-pressure moulds require more pressure to form the parts, while low-pressure moulds require less pressure. High-pressure moulds are more expensive and require more time to create the parts, while low-pressure moulds are less expensive and require less time.

12.About chair plastic mould warranty

If the quality is poor, we will provide a 100% refund. Firstly, we will investigate the root cause of the problem and then take measures to prevent it from happening again in the future. This includes changes to mold design, process, or materials used.

About chair plastic mould warranty

13.About chair plastic mould,which materials do you support?

We offer clients a wide range of materials:ABS(acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymer), CA(cellulose acetate), AS(acrylonitrile-styrene), GPS(general polystyrene), HDPE(high density polyethylene), LDPE(low density polyethylene), PA(polyamide), PBTP(poly butylene terephthalate), PC(polycarbonate), PE(polyethylene), PETP(poly ethylene terephthalate), PMMA(poly methyl methacrylate), POM(polyformaldehyde), PP(polypropylene),PPO(poly phenylene oxide), PPS(poly phenylene sulfide), PUR(polyurethane), PVC(poly vinyl chloride), TPE(thermoplastic), etc.

14.What are the advantages and disadvantages of chair plastic mould made from aluminium?

We are a new chair plastic mould manufacturer.
Advantages:
1. Aluminium is lightweight and strong, making it ideal for creating intricate moulds.
2. Aluminium is a good conductor of heat, which makes it ideal for use in casting processes.
3. Aluminium is corrosion-resistant, making it a great choice for moulds that will be used in wet or humid environments.
4. Aluminium is relatively inexpensive compared to other metals, making it a cost-effective choice for moulds.
Disadvantages:
1. Aluminium is not as strong as other metals, making it more prone to wear and tear.
2. Aluminium is not as durable as other metals, making it more susceptible to damage from heat and pressure.
3. Aluminium is not as easy to work with as other metals, making it more difficult to create intricate moulds.
4. Aluminium is not as resistant to corrosion as other metals, making it more prone to rusting.

15.What training and support are provided for users working with the chair plastic mould?

Our chair plastic mould products have competitive and differentiated advantages, and actively promote digital transformation and innovation.Training and support for users working with the mold will vary depending on the manufacturer. Generally, the manufacturer will provide detailed instructions on how to use the mold, as well as safety guidelines. They may also provide technical support and troubleshooting assistance. Additionally, some manufacturers may offer on-site training and support for users.



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