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ShenZhen GOODBO MOULD LIMITED has its own research, production, sales team, and after-sales service, and has been engaged in this industry for over 20 years. Mainly selling Die Casting Mold,Mock up sample,Plastic mold,Blow Molding,Multi color injection molding,Mold standard components, etc.

The company currently has over 200 employees and produces around 400-600 sets of various plastic injection molds, including auto parts,office appliances,medical instruments,communicating equipments, annually. The cohesion of the team reflects excellent quality and service. We firmly believe in adhering to the basic principles of quality, service, and innovation. We believe that "high quality comes from every detail", which is why we win customer loyalty. We welcome you to explore various possibilities.



Product Name printed injection mold
Plastic Materials PETP(poly ethylene terephthalate),PPO(poly phenylene oxide),PBTP(poly butylene terephthalate) ,...etc.
Standard ISO9001
Place of Origin
Shenzhen,Guangdong
Other materials Rubber, Slilconce rubber, LSR,Aluminum, Zinc,Copper...Metal...etc.
Quality RoSH and SGS standard
Feature Non marking and Non flash
Size
According to your 2D, 3D Drawing
Packaging  Size:

232 * 188 * 273

Please consult us for specific details

Package
Standard exported Wooden box packed, Fumigation process(upon required)
Mold Building Lead Time
4 - 5 weeks, Part measurement report (upon required)
Export region
America,Asia,Europe
Export Country
Nigeria,Saint Helena,El Salvador,Brazil, ...etc.
Surface treatment
Polish. Etched. Texture
Experience
15 years experience in plastic injection mold making and plastic parts produce.
Mould making technology
3D Modelling,CNC Programming...etc.
Hot/ Cold Runner
HUSKY, INCOE, YDDO, HASCO, DME, MoldMaster, Masterflow, Mastip...etc.
Mould Life
500000 Shots. (According to your working environment.)
Equipments
Wire Cuting Machine,Stamping equipment,Milling machine,CMM,Grinding machine...etc.
Lead time (days)
To be negotiated
 Please note: The above table data is for reference only. For specific information, please contact us.

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

We believe quality begins with mould design capability and consider it to be the key to successful mould making. So at GoodBo Mould, every mould designers will do the integrated engineering analysis from start to enable the high quality.

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

printed injection mold---FAQs Guide
1.How does the quality of a printed injection mold affect its production speed?
2.How is the surface of a printed injection mold treated to improve its performance?
3.What other factors need to be taken into account when designing a printed injection mold?
4.What materials are usually used to make printed injection mold?
5.Does the printed injection mold design comply with industry standards and regulations?
6.How does the printed injection mold contribute to achieving a desired surface finish on the molded products?
7.What is the difference between an injection mould and a compression printed injection mold?
8.What is the difference between cast and machined printed injection mold?
9.About printed injection mold warranty
10.What processes are involved with the conservation and maintenance of a printed injection mold?
11.What is the size of the printed injection mold cavity and how does it affect the moulding process?
12.What printed injection mold maintenance methods can be used to extend the mold’s service life?
13.How to make a mould?
14.What type of part ejection system does the printed injection mold use, and how does it ensure smooth ejection without defects?

1.How does the quality of a printed injection mold affect its production speed?

As one of the printed injection mold 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.

2.How is the surface of a printed injection mold treated to improve its performance?

We have established a good reputation and reliable partnerships within the printed injection mold industry.The surface of a mould can be treated in a variety of ways to improve its performance. Common treatments include polishing, sandblasting, shot peening, and coating with a release agent. Polishing the surface of the mould can help reduce friction and improve the mould's ability to release parts. Sandblasting can help remove any imperfections or burrs on the surface of the mould. Shot peening can help increase the surface hardness of the mould and improve its wear resistance. Finally, coating the mould with a release agent can help reduce sticking and improve the mould's ability to release parts.

How is the surface of a printed injection mold treated to improve its performance?

3.What other factors need to be taken into account when designing a printed injection 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.

4.What materials are usually used to make printed injection mold?

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 printed injection mold?

5.Does the printed injection mold design comply with industry standards and regulations?

As one of the top printed injection mold 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.

6.How does the printed injection mold 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 printed injection mold contribute to achieving a desired surface finish on the molded products?

7.What is the difference between an injection mould and a compression printed injection mold?

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 is the difference between cast and machined printed injection mold?

We actively participate in the printed 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 printed injection mold?

9.About printed injection mold 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.

10.What processes are involved with the conservation and maintenance of a printed injection mold?

We should have a stable supply chain and logistics capabilities, and provide customers with high -quality, low -priced printed injection mold 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.

What processes are involved with the conservation and maintenance of a printed injection mold?

11.What is the size of the printed injection mold cavity and how does it affect the moulding process?

We should perform well in market competition, and the prices of printed injection mold products have a great competitive advantage.The size of the mould cavity is determined by the size of the part being moulded. The size of the mould cavity affects the moulding process in several ways.
Firstly, it affects the amount of material that can be injected into the mould, which in turn affects the cycle time and the amount of material used.
Secondly, the size of the mould cavity affects the cooling time of the part, which affects the part's dimensional accuracy and surface finish.
Finally, the size of the mould cavity affects the pressure and speed of the injection process, which can affect the part's strength and durability.

12.What printed injection mold maintenance methods can be used to extend the mold’s service life?

We maintain a certain amount of R&D investment every year and continuously improve operational efficiency to provide better services to our cooperative customers.
1. Clean the mold regularly: Cleaning the mold regularly helps to remove any dirt, dust, or debris that can cause wear and tear on the mold.
2. Lubricate the mold: Lubricating the mold helps to reduce friction and wear on the mold.
3. Inspect the mold: Regularly inspecting the mold for any signs of wear or damage can help to identify any potential problems before they become serious.
4. Repair any damage: If any damage is found, it should be repaired as soon as possible to prevent further damage and extend the life of the mold.
5. Store the mold properly: Storing the mold in a dry, cool place can help to prevent rust and corrosion.

What printed injection mold maintenance methods can be used to extend the mold’s service life?

13.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!

14.What type of part ejection system does the printed injection mold use, and how does it ensure smooth ejection without defects?

We focus on providing high quality printed injection mold 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 printed injection mold use, and how does it ensure smooth ejection without defects?


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