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ShenZhen GoodBo Mould is a privately owned company which is specialize in high-quality moulds, the factory located in Shen Zhen city, China which is known as a famous "Manufacturing Town" .We are well-suited with Shenzhen Airport and Port just minutes away.

It had been engaged in the manufacturing sector since 1988. Now we totally have more than 200 employees in the plant and the annual manufacturing capacity is around 400-600 sets of various plastic injection moulds for parts of medical instruments,communicating equipments,home appliances,office appliances, etc. GoodBo Mould offers you the benefits of lower costs coupled with the high engineering and production standards expected in the European, North American and Japan injection moulding industry as well as some big domestic enterprises.



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

214*186*233

Specific consultation with us

Brand Name GoodBo Mould
Export region
Oceania,America
Export country
Oceania,America...etc
Mould life
500000 shots
Certification
ISO90001
Product Material
CA(cellulose acetate),POM(polyformaldehyde),PETP(poly ethylene terephthalate)...etc.
Mould making technology
Plastic flow/deform simulation,CNC Programming...etc.
Application
FMCG,Architectural,White Goods...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 plastic injeciton mould manufacturers in China, and our mission is to provide customers with high-quality products and the highest quality service.

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.

Files can be imported and exported in all common formats, including: DXF,IGES,DWG,PRT, etc. If your files are in another format, contact your project manager and we can arrange to accommodate your needs. File transfers are done via FTP or E-mails. To quickly and easily transfer a design file to GoodBo Mould, contact your project manager for instructions.

plastic injeciton mould---FAQs Guide
1.Are there automated features integrated into the plastic injeciton mould to streamline the manufacturing process?
2.What materials are usually used to make plastic injeciton mould?
3.What is the difference between high-pressure and low-pressure plastic injeciton mould?
4.What are the advantages and disadvantages of plastic injeciton mould made from aluminium?
5.What is the difference between cast and machined plastic injeciton mould?
6.How to make a mould?
7.How does the quality of a plastic injeciton mould affect its production speed?
8.What processes are involved with the conservation and maintenance of a plastic injeciton mould?
9.What training and support are provided for users working with the plastic injeciton mould?
10.About plastic injeciton mould,which materials do you support?
11.Does the plastic injeciton mould design comply with industry standards and regulations?
12.What is the significance of angle control in plastic injeciton mould?
13.Are there any special solutions for making plastic injeciton mould with deep walls or complex shapes?
14.How do plastic injeciton mould hardness and mould flexibility affect its performance?
15.How does the plastic injeciton mould contribute to achieving a desired surface finish on the molded products?

1.Are there automated features integrated into the plastic injeciton mould to streamline the manufacturing process?

We adhere to the principle of quality first and have a complete production quality management system and quality inspection process.Yes, many molds are designed with automated features to streamline the manufacturing process. These features can include automated injection systems, automated ejection systems, automated temperature control systems, and automated molding cycles.

2.What materials are usually used to make plastic injeciton mould?

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.

3.What is the difference between high-pressure and low-pressure plastic injeciton 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.

4.What are the advantages and disadvantages of plastic injeciton mould made from aluminium?

We are a new plastic injeciton 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.

5.What is the difference between cast and machined plastic injeciton mould?

We actively participate in the plastic injeciton 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 plastic injeciton mould?

6.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!

7.How does the quality of a plastic injeciton mould affect its production speed?

As one of the plastic injeciton mould 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.

8.What processes are involved with the conservation and maintenance of a plastic injeciton mould?

We should have a stable supply chain and logistics capabilities, and provide customers with high -quality, low -priced plastic injeciton mould products.
1. Cleaning: Moulds should be cleaned regularly to remove any dirt, dust, or debris that may have accumulated on the surface. This can be done with a soft cloth or brush and a mild detergent.
2. Inspection: Inspect the mould for any signs of damage or wear. If any damage is found, it should be repaired or replaced as soon as possible.
3. Lubrication: Moulds should be lubricated regularly to ensure that they are functioning properly and to prevent wear and tear.
4. Storage: Moulds should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and other sources of heat.
5. Maintenance: Regular maintenance should be performed on the mould to ensure that it is functioning properly and to prevent any further damage or wear. This may include replacing worn parts, sharpening cutting edges, and checking for any signs of corrosion.

9.What training and support are provided for users working with the plastic injeciton mould?

Our plastic injeciton 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.

10.About plastic injeciton 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.

About plastic injeciton mould,which materials do you support?

11.Does the plastic injeciton mould design comply with industry standards and regulations?

As one of the top plastic injeciton mould manufacturers in China, we take this very seriously.Yes, the mold design should comply with industry standards and regulations. It is important to ensure that the mold design meets all applicable safety and quality standards.

12.What is the significance of angle control in plastic injeciton mould?

We have advanced production equipment and technology to meet the needs of customers, and can provide customers with high quality, low priced plastic injeciton 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.

13.Are there any special solutions for making plastic injeciton 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.

14.How do plastic injeciton mould hardness and mould flexibility affect its performance?

We pay attention to user experience and product quality, and provide the best product quality and lowest production cost for cooperative customers.Mould hardness and mould flexibility can have a significant impact on the performance of a mould. Harder moulds are more durable and can withstand higher temperatures and pressures, making them ideal for high-volume production. However, they are also more difficult to modify and can be more expensive to produce. On the other hand, softer moulds are more flexible and can be modified more easily, making them ideal for low-volume production. However, they are also more prone to wear and tear and can be less durable.

15.How does the plastic injeciton 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.

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


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