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We are proud of our integrated production system, research and development, design, production, and high-quality control processes. The principle of GoodBo Mould is to ensure quality first and reputation first. GoodBo Mould has global customers such as Canon,Media,Hyundai,Ford,Nissan,Samsung,Sony,HONDA,Haier,etc.



Product name prototype injection molds
Place of Origin 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)

203*197*254

Specific consultation with us

Brand Name GoodBo Mould
Export region
America,Africa
Export country
America,Africa...etc
Mould life
350000 shots
Certification
ISO90001
Product Material
AS(acrylonitrile-styrene),PBTP(poly butylene terephthalate),ABS(acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymer)...etc.
Mould making technology
CNC Programming,3D Modelling...etc.
Application
Automotive,Marine,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 prototype injection molds 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:AutoCad(2D Modelling),MasterCam(CNC Programming),Moldflow Mold Advisor(Plastic flow/deform simulation),SolidWorks(3D Modelling),etc.

prototype injection molds---FAQs Guide
1.What is the size of the prototype injection molds cavity and how does it affect the moulding process?
2.What factors affect the lifespan of a prototype injection molds?
3.What kind of cooling systems are used for moulding?
4.What is the difference between cast and machined prototype injection molds?
5.What types of finishes can be applied to prototype injection molds?
6.What type of steel is normally used for a prototype injection molds?
7.What is the difference between high-pressure and low-pressure prototype injection molds?
8.Does the prototype injection molds design comply with industry standards and regulations?
9.What techniques are used to remove excess material from a prototype injection molds during the moulding process?
10.How is the surface of a prototype injection molds treated to improve its performance?
11.What should be taken into consideration when selecting a prototype injection molds for a certain application?
12.What is the difference between an injection mould and a compression prototype injection molds?
13.What type of part ejection system does the prototype injection molds use, and how does it ensure smooth ejection without defects?
14.What type of runner and gate systems are incorporated into the prototype injection molds design?
15.What is the production capacity of the factory for prototype injection molds?

1.What is the size of the prototype injection molds cavity and how does it affect the moulding process?

We should perform well in market competition, and the prices of prototype injection molds 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.

2.What factors affect the lifespan of a prototype injection molds?

We are centered on customers and always pay attention to customers' needs for prototype 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.

3.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.

4.What is the difference between cast and machined prototype injection molds?

We actively participate in the prototype injection molds 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 prototype injection molds?

5.What types of finishes can be applied to prototype injection molds?

We attach importance to the innovation ability and team spirit of employees, have advanced R & D facilities and laboratories, and have a good quality management system.
1. Powder Coating
2. Anodizing
3. Painting
4. Plating
5. Polishing
6. Sandblasting
7. Heat Treating
8. Ceramic Coating
9. Laser Etching
10. Vacuum Metallizing

6.What type of steel is normally used for a prototype injection molds?

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.

7.What is the difference between high-pressure and low-pressure prototype 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.

8.Does the prototype injection molds design comply with industry standards and regulations?

As one of the top prototype injection molds 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.

Does the prototype injection molds design comply with industry standards and regulations?

9.What techniques are used to remove excess material from a prototype 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.

10.How is the surface of a prototype injection molds treated to improve its performance?

We have established a good reputation and reliable partnerships within the prototype injection molds 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.

11.What should be taken into consideration when selecting a prototype injection molds for a certain application?

Our mission is to provide customers with the best solutions for prototype injection molds.
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.

12.What is the difference between an injection mould and a compression prototype 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.

What is the difference between an injection mould and a compression prototype injection molds?

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

We focus on providing high quality prototype 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.

14.What type of runner and gate systems are incorporated into the prototype injection molds 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.

15.What is the production capacity of the factory for prototype injection molds?

The annual manufacturing capacity is around 400-600 sets of various plastic injection moulds for parts of auto parts, home appliances, medical instruments, office appliances and communicating equipments, etc.



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