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GoodBo Mould was founded in 1988 and is a professional manufacturer and trader engaged in the research and production of Mock up sample,Mold standard components,Die Casting Mold,Plastic mold,Blow Molding,Plastic injection 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 medical instruments,office appliances,auto parts,communicating equipments, etc. Our well-equipped facilities and excellent quality control throughout the entire production phase enable us to ensure comprehensive customer satisfaction.



Product name packed water plastic mold
Place of Origin Shenzhen,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)

235*166*271

Specific consultation with us

Brand Name GoodBo Mould
Export region
America,Oceania,Africa
Export country
America,Oceania,Africa...etc
Mould life
300000 shots
Certification
ISO90001
Product Material
AS(acrylonitrile-styrene),POM(polyformaldehyde),PP(polypropylene)...etc.
Mould making technology
3D Modelling,Plastic flow/deform simulation...etc.
Application
White Goods,Defence,Aerospace...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 packed water plastic mold 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 8 days via e-mail include digital photographs of the work in progress, creating a real-time tooling progress assessment.

packed water plastic mold---FAQs Guide
1.What are the after-sales services available for packed water plastic mold?
2.Is the packed water plastic mold adaptable to different injection molding machines?
3.What kind of lubricants are used to reduce packed water plastic mold friction?
4.Is the packed water plastic mold designed for easy customization to meet specific product requirements?
5.What type of runner and gate systems are incorporated into the packed water plastic mold design?
6.About the scale of packed water plastic mold factory
7.What is the difference between cast and machined packed water plastic mold?
8.What should be taken into consideration when selecting a packed water plastic mold for a certain application?
9.What other factors need to be taken into account when designing a packed water plastic mold?
10.How does shrinkage of the material being moulded affect the finished product?
11.What techniques are used to remove excess material from a packed water plastic mold during the moulding process?
12.How to make a mould?
13.In what ways can packed water plastic mold cooling be improved?
14.About packed water plastic mold quality system
15.What kind of cooling systems are used for moulding?
16.What are the advantages and disadvantages of packed water plastic mold made from aluminium?

1.What are the after-sales services available for packed water plastic mold?

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.

2.Is the packed water plastic mold adaptable to different injection molding machines?

We are committed to providing personalized solutions and established long -term strategic cooperative relationships with customers.Yes, the mold can be adapted to different injection molding machines. Depending on the type of mold and the complexity of the part, some modifications may be necessary.

3.What kind of lubricants are used to reduce packed water plastic mold friction?

We have a good reputation and image in the industry. The quality and price advantage of packed water plastic mold products is an important factor in our hard overseas market.Silicone lubricants, graphite lubricants, and PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) lubricants are all commonly used to reduce mould friction.

4.Is the packed water plastic mold designed for easy customization to meet specific product requirements?

We have the leading technology and innovation capabilities, and attach importance to employee training and development, and provide promotion opportunities.Yes, many molds are designed to be easily customized to meet specific product requirements. Depending on the complexity of the product, the mold may need to be modified or completely redesigned to meet the desired specifications.

5.What type of runner and gate systems are incorporated into the packed water plastic mold design?

We continue to invest in research and development and continue to launch innovative products.The type of runner and gate systems incorporated into the mold design depend on the type of part being molded and the desired outcome. Common runner and gate systems include cold runner systems, hot runner systems, direct gating, edge gating, and valve gating.

What type of runner and gate systems are incorporated into the packed water plastic mold design?

6.About the scale of packed water plastic mold factory

Our company currently has over 200 employees and produces around 400-600 sets of various plastic injection molds annually.

7.What is the difference between cast and machined packed water plastic mold?

We actively participate in the packed water plastic mold 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.

8.What should be taken into consideration when selecting a packed water plastic mold for a certain application?

Our mission is to provide customers with the best solutions for packed water plastic mold.
1. The type of material to be used in the mould.
2. The size and shape of the part to be produced.
3. The complexity of the part design.
4. The production volume required.
5. The type of injection moulding machine to be used.
6. The type of cooling system to be used.
7. The type of ejection system to be used.
8. The type of surface finish required.
9. The cost of the mould.
10. The lead time for the mould.

9.What other factors need to be taken into account when designing a packed water plastic mold?

We have a first -class management team, and we pay attention to teamwork to achieve common goals.
1. The type of material to be used for the mould: Different materials have different properties and require different mould designs.
2. The size and shape of the part to be produced: The mould must be designed to accommodate the size and shape of the part.
3. The number of cavities: The number of cavities in the mould will affect the design.
4. The type of injection moulding machine to be used: The mould must be designed to fit the injection moulding machine.
5. The type of cooling system to be used: The mould must be designed to accommodate the cooling system.
6. The type of ejection system to be used: The mould must be designed to accommodate the ejection system.
7. The type of surface finish to be achieved: The mould must be designed to achieve the desired surface finish.
8. The type of gate to be used: The mould must be designed to accommodate the gate.
9. The type of runner system to be used: The mould must be designed to accommodate the runner system.
10. The type of venting system to be used: The mould must be designed to accommodate the venting system.

10.How does shrinkage of the material being moulded affect the finished product?

We have rich industry experience and professional knowledge, and have strong competitiveness in the market.Shrinkage of the material being moulded can affect the finished product in a variety of ways. If the material shrinks too much, it can cause warping, cracking, or other deformities in the finished product. It can also cause the product to be smaller than expected, or to have a different shape than intended. Additionally, shrinkage can cause the product to have a different surface finish than expected, or to have a different color than intended.

How does shrinkage of the material being moulded affect the finished product?

11.What techniques are used to remove excess material from a packed water plastic mold 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.

12.How to make a mould?

We focus on innovation and continuous improvement to maintain a competitive advantage.
1. Start by gathering the materials you need to make the mould. You will need a container to hold the mould, a material to make the mould from (such as silicone, plaster, or clay), and a release agent (such as petroleum jelly or cooking spray).
2. Prepare the container for the mould. Make sure it is clean and dry, and then apply a release agent to the inside of the container. This will help the mould come out of the container easily when it is finished.
3. Mix the material you are using to make the mould. Follow the instructions on the package for the best results.
4. Pour the mixture into the container and spread it evenly. Make sure to fill the container completely and leave no air pockets.
5. Allow the mould to dry completely. Depending on the material you are using, this could take anywhere from a few hours to a few days.
6. Once the mould is dry, carefully remove it from the container. If necessary, use a knife or other tool to help loosen the edges of the mould.
7. Your mould is now ready to use!

13.In what ways can packed water plastic mold cooling be improved?

We enjoy high authority and influence in the industry and continue to innovate products and service models.
1. Increase air circulation: Increasing air circulation in the area where the mold is cooling can help to reduce the temperature of the mold more quickly.
2. Use a cooling system: Installing a cooling system such as a water-cooled chiller can help to reduce the temperature of the mold more quickly and efficiently.
3. Use a fan: Installing a fan in the area where the mold is cooling can help to circulate the air and reduce the temperature of the mold more quickly.
4. Use a heat exchanger: Installing a heat exchanger in the area where the mold is cooling can help to transfer the heat away from the mold more quickly.
5. Use a cooling spray: Applying a cooling spray to the mold can help to reduce the temperature of the mold more quickly.
6. Use a cooling blanket: Wrapping a cooling blanket around the mold can help to reduce the temperature of the mold more quickly.

14.About packed water plastic mold quality system

We define quality as total customer satisfaction and actively deploy the push of the work for components and management standardization.Excellent and adequate processing equipments, and normalized and efficient production management are the guarantee for mould quality and delivery.

15.What kind of cooling systems are used for moulding?

We have advantages in marketing and channel expansion. Suppliers have established good cooperative relations, continuously improved workflows, improved efficiency and productivity, and provided customers with high -quality products and services.The most common cooling systems used for moulding are water cooling systems, air cooling systems, and oil cooling systems. Water cooling systems are the most efficient and cost-effective, as they use a closed-loop system to circulate coolant through the mould to quickly cool the plastic. Air cooling systems use fans to blow air over the mould to cool it, while oil cooling systems use a heat exchanger to transfer heat from the mould to a cooling oil.

What kind of cooling systems are used for moulding?

16.What are the advantages and disadvantages of packed water plastic mold made from aluminium?

We are a new packed water plastic mold 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.



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