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GoodBo Mould Co., Ltd is a professional mold manufacturer and service factory that integrates research and development, production, and sales. We are located in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, only a few minutes away from Shenzhen Airport and Port. It has been engaged in the manufacturing industry since 1988.

The company currently has over 200 employees and produces around 400-600 sets of various plastic injection molds, including medical instruments,home appliances,office appliances,auto parts, annually. We define quality as the overall customer satisfaction and actively promote standardization of components and management. GoodBo Mould has global customers such as Ford,Canon,Samsung,Nissan,FAW-Volkswagen,Media,Haier,Hyundai,HONDA.

Shaping Mode Injection Mould
Place of Origin Shenzhen,Guangdong,China
Mould making technology 3D Modelling,CNC Programming...etc.
Product Material Plastic/Metal
Customized Colors
Product Name power injection mold
Mold material
PBTP(poly butylene terephthalate),ABS(acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymer),PC(polycarbonate)...etc.
Design software
Single/Multi Cavity moulds
Mould life
350000 shots
White Goods,Marine,Medical...etc.
Cold Runner. Hot Runner: Yudo
Surface treatment
Polish. Etched. Texture

213 * 188 * 221

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
Supply Ability

3000 Piece/Pieces per Day

Please contact the us to check the exact delivery time


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 power injection mold 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),MasterCam(CNC Programming),AutoCad(2D Modelling),etc.

power injection mold---FAQs Guide

1.What kind of lubricants are used to reduce power injection mold friction?

We have a good reputation and image in the industry. The quality and price advantage of power injection 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.

2.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.

3.What kind of coatings are used for power injection mold surfaces to reduce wear and tear?

Our power injection mold products undergo strict quality control to ensure customer satisfaction.Common coatings used for mould surfaces to reduce wear and tear include hard chrome plating, electroless nickel plating, and diamond-like carbon (DLC) coatings. Hard chrome plating is a hard, wear-resistant coating that is applied to the mould surface to reduce friction and wear. Electroless nickel plating is a corrosion-resistant coating that is applied to the mould surface to reduce wear and tear. Diamond-like carbon (DLC) coatings are a type of hard, wear-resistant coating that is applied to the mould surface to reduce friction and wear.

4.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!

5.How important is the accuracy of a power injection mold?

We operate our power injection mold 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.

How important is the accuracy of a power injection mold?

6.What training and support are provided for users working with the power injection mold?

Our power injection mold 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.

7.How does the temperature of a power injection mold affect the moulding process?

We have a professional team that is committed to the innovation and development of power injection mold.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.

8.How does the size of the gate in a power injection mold affect the speed of the moulding process?

We are a professional power injection mold company dedicated to providing high quality products and services.The size of the gate in a mould affects the speed of the moulding process because it determines the amount of material that can be injected into the mould at one time. A larger gate size allows for more material to be injected at once, which can speed up the moulding process. However, a larger gate size can also lead to increased cycle times due to the increased amount of material that needs to be cooled before the mould can be opened.

9.What type of steel is normally used for a power injection mold?

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.

10.What is the difference between cast and machined power injection mold?

We actively participate in the power injection 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.

What is the difference between cast and machined power injection mold?

11.What are the most important features of a power injection mold?

We continue to improve power injection mold products and processes to improve efficiency.
1. Durability: The mould should be able to withstand the high temperatures and pressures of the injection moulding process.
2. Precision: The mould should be able to produce parts with a high degree of accuracy and repeatability.
3. Surface Finish: The mould should be able to produce parts with a smooth, consistent surface finish.
4. Ease of Maintenance: The mould should be easy to maintain and repair.
5. Cost: The mould should be cost-effective to produce and maintain.

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