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GoodBo Mould Co., Ltd was founded in 1988 and is a professional manufacturer and trader engaged in the research and production of Mold standard components,Blow Molding,Multi color injection molding,Die Casting Mold,Plastic injection,Mock up sample and injection molds. We are located in Guangdong, China, with a factory address in Shenzhen and convenient transportation.

All of our products meet international quality standards and are highly appreciated in various markets around the world. We have over 200 employees and annual produce around 400-600 sets of various plastic injection molds, including office appliances,communicating equipments,medical instruments,home appliances, etc. Our well-equipped facilities and excellent quality control throughout the entire production phase enable us to ensure comprehensive customer satisfaction.



Shaping Mode Injection Mould
Place of Origin Shenzhen,Guangdong
Mould making technology 2D Modelling,Plastic flow/deform simulation...etc.
Product Material Plastic/Metal
Colors
Customized Colors
Product Name manual injection molds
Mold material
P20/718/738/NAK80/S136
Material
TPE(thermoplastic),PUR(polyurethane),CA(cellulose acetate)...etc.
Design software
CAD/PROE/UG/3D/DWG/IGS/STEP/PDF/JPG
Cavity
Single/Multi Cavity moulds
Mould life
500000 shots
Application
Medical,White Goods,Defence...etc.
Runner
Cold Runner. Hot Runner: Yudo
Surface treatment
Polish. Etched. Texture
Certification
ISO9001:2015
Size(cm)

225 * 133 * 153

Please consult us for specific details

Packaging Details

1. injection mold: by pallet or as buyer's request.

2. injection parts: by bags then export carton, or as buyer's request.

Export region
Asia,Oceania
Port
Shenzhen
Supply Ability

3000 Piece/Pieces per Day

Please contact the us to check the exact delivery time

Samples

Maximum order quantity: 1000 piece

Please contact us to confirmation

 Please note: The above table data is for reference only. For specific information, please contact us.

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

At GoodBo Mould we have invested in both people and technology to ensure that our designs meet your highest expectations. Our experienced mold designers utilize the latest software to directly take the clients CAD model into design. All mold designs are then validated to our clients tooling standards and molding specifications.

Our engineering and mold making technology include:SolidWorks(3D Modelling),Moldflow Mold Advisor(Plastic flow/deform simulation),Pro/Engineer(3D Modelling),MasterCam(CNC Programming),etc.

manual injection molds---FAQs Guide
1.How important is the accuracy of a manual injection molds?
2.What type of part ejection system does the manual injection molds use, and how does it ensure smooth ejection without defects?
3.How does the quality of a manual injection molds affect its production speed?
4.what is mould?
5.What is the difference between high-pressure and low-pressure manual injection molds?
6.What factors affect the lifespan of a manual injection molds?
7.What is the difference between an injection mould and a compression manual injection molds?
8.What type of cooling system is integrated into the manual injection molds, and how efficiently does it dissipate heat?
9.What are the advantages and disadvantages of using a 3D printed manual injection molds?
10.What materials are usually used to make manual injection molds?
11.What technologies are used to produce higher quality manual injection molds?
12.Does the manual injection molds support multi-cavity configurations for simultaneous production of multiple units?
13.What are the after-sales services available for manual injection molds?
14.What techniques are used to remove excess material from a manual injection molds during the moulding process?

1.How important is the accuracy of a manual injection molds?

We operate our manual injection molds business with integrity and honesty.The accuracy of a mould is extremely important, as it directly affects the quality of the finished product. If the mould is not accurate, the product may not fit together properly, or may not have the desired shape or size. In addition, if the mould is not accurate, it can lead to defects in the finished product, such as warping, cracking, or other imperfections.

2.What type of part ejection system does the manual injection molds use, and how does it ensure smooth ejection without defects?

We focus on providing high quality manual injection molds products and services.The type of part ejection system used in a mold depends on the type of mold and the complexity of the part being molded. Generally, the most common type of part ejection system is a mechanical ejector system, which uses pins, blades, or other mechanical components to push the part out of the mold. This system ensures smooth ejection without defects by providing a consistent force to the part, which prevents it from sticking to the mold or becoming damaged during the ejection process. Additionally, the ejector system can be adjusted to provide the optimal amount of force for the part being molded.

What type of part ejection system does the manual injection molds use, and how does it ensure smooth ejection without defects?

3.How does the quality of a manual injection molds affect its production speed?

As one of the manual injection molds market leaders, we are known for innovation and reliability.
The quality of a mould affects its production speed because a higher quality mould will be more precise and have fewer imperfections, which will allow it to produce parts faster and with fewer defects. Poorly made moulds can cause production delays due to imperfections that require additional time to fix or rework. Additionally, higher quality moulds are typically made from higher quality materials, which can also help to increase production speed.

4.what is mould?

We have flexible production capacity. Whether you are large orders or small orders, you can produce and release goods in a timely manner to meet customer needs.
Mould is a type of fungus that grows in damp, warm environments. It can appear as a fuzzy or slimy substance on walls, ceilings, and other surfaces. Mould can cause health problems, such as allergies and respiratory issues, and can damage the structure of a building.

what is mould?

5.What is the difference between high-pressure and low-pressure manual injection molds?

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.

6.What factors affect the lifespan of a manual injection molds?

We are centered on customers and always pay attention to customers' needs for manual injection molds 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.

What factors affect the lifespan of a manual injection molds?

7.What is the difference between an injection mould and a compression manual injection molds?

We have been working hard to improve service quality and meet customer needs.An injection mould is a tool used to produce plastic parts by injecting molten material into a mould cavity. The molten material is injected under pressure and cooled to form the desired shape. A compression mould is a tool used to produce plastic parts by pressing a preheated plastic material into a mould cavity. The material is then cooled and hardened to form the desired shape. The main difference between an injection mould and a compression mould is the way in which the molten material is introduced into the mould cavity.

8.What type of cooling system is integrated into the manual injection molds, and how efficiently does it dissipate heat?

I have a comprehensive after -sales service system, which can pay attention to market trends in time and adjust our strategy in a timely manner.The type of cooling system integrated into the mold depends on the specific mold design and the materials used. Generally, cooling systems are designed to dissipate heat as efficiently as possible, using a combination of water, air, and/or oil to cool the mold. The efficiency of the cooling system depends on the size and complexity of the mold, as well as the materials used.

What type of cooling system is integrated into the manual injection molds, and how efficiently does it dissipate heat?

9.What are the advantages and disadvantages of using a 3D printed manual injection molds?

We should enjoy a good reputation in the industry, and we can increase the added value of the products of cooperative customers through technological innovation.Advantages:
1. Cost-Effective: 3D printed moulds are much cheaper than traditional moulds, making them a great option for small businesses and startups.
2. Quick Turnaround: 3D printed moulds can be produced quickly, allowing for faster product development and prototyping.
3. Versatility: 3D printed moulds can be used to create complex shapes and designs that would be difficult to achieve with traditional moulds.
4. Customization: 3D printed moulds can be customized to fit specific needs, allowing for greater flexibility in product design.
Disadvantages:
1. Limited Durability: 3D printed moulds are not as durable as traditional moulds and may not be able to withstand the same level of wear and tear.
2. Limited Materials: 3D printed moulds are limited to the materials that can be used in the printing process, which may not be suitable for certain applications.
3. Limited Accuracy: 3D printed moulds may not be as accurate as traditional moulds, which can lead to imperfections in the finished product.
4. Limited Finishes: 3D printed moulds may not be able to achieve the same level of finish as traditional moulds, which can affect the overall quality of the product.

10.What materials are usually used to make manual injection molds?

We have established long-term and stable partnerships with our suppliers, so we have great advantages in price and cost and quality assurance.Moulds are typically made from metal, plastic, rubber, silicone, or plaster.

What materials are usually used to make manual injection molds?

11.What technologies are used to produce higher quality manual injection molds?

We pay attention to employee development and benefits, and provide a good working environment in order to improve the efficiency of employees and improve the quality management of manual injection molds products.
1. Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining: CNC machining is a process that uses computer-controlled machines to cut and shape materials into precise shapes and sizes. This technology is used to produce higher quality moulds with greater accuracy and repeatability.
2. 3D Printing: 3D printing is a process that uses a digital model to create a physical object. This technology is used to produce complex moulds with intricate details and shapes.
3. Laser Cutting: Laser cutting is a process that uses a laser beam to cut and shape materials into precise shapes and sizes. This technology is used to produce higher quality moulds with greater accuracy and repeatability.
4. Vacuum Forming: Vacuum forming is a process that uses a vacuum to form plastic sheets into desired shapes. This technology is used to produce higher quality moulds with greater accuracy and repeatability.
5. Injection Moulding: Injection moulding is a process that uses a heated plastic material to form a desired shape. This technology is used to produce higher quality moulds with greater accuracy and repeatability.

12.Does the manual injection molds support multi-cavity configurations for simultaneous production of multiple units?

We have broad development space in domestic and foreign markets. manual injection molds have great advantages in terms of price, quality, and delivery date.Yes, many molds are designed to support multi-cavity configurations for simultaneous production of multiple units.

Does the manual injection molds support multi-cavity configurations for simultaneous production of multiple units?

13.What are the after-sales services available for manual injection molds?

GoodBo Mould uses a integrated approach to establish the best process for the manufacturing of your product. Once the production is in place we use web-based communication, design and file transfer tools that streamline every step processing and fulfilling the project.All project management teams communicate in English.

14.What techniques are used to remove excess material from a manual injection molds 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.

What techniques are used to remove excess material from a manual injection molds during the moulding process?


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