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GoodBo Mould Co., Ltd was founded in 1988 and is a professional manufacturer and trader engaged in the research and production of Plastic mold,Die Casting Mold,Mock up sample,Plastic injection,Blow Molding,Mold standard components 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,home 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.



Shaping Mode Injection Mould
Place of Origin Shenzhen,China
Mould making technology CNC Programming,2D Modelling...etc.
Product Material Plastic/Metal
Colors
Customized Colors
Product Name reaction injection mold
Mold material
P20/718/738/NAK80/S136
Material
PBTP(poly butylene terephthalate),PPS(poly phenylene sulfide),PP(polypropylene)...etc.
Design software
CAD/PROE/UG/3D/DWG/IGS/STEP/PDF/JPG
Cavity
Single/Multi Cavity moulds
Mould life
500000 shots
Application
Aerospace,FMCG,White Goods...etc.
Runner
Cold Runner. Hot Runner: Yudo
Surface treatment
Polish. Etched. Texture
Certification
ISO9001:2015
Size(cm)

188 * 197 * 232

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
Africa,Asia,Europe
Port
Shenzhen
Supply Ability

3000 Piece/Pieces per Day

Please contact the us to check the exact delivery time

Samples

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 reaction injection mold 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: PRT,STP,DXF,DWG, 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.

reaction injection mold---FAQs Guide
1.What are the common types of reaction injection mold used for metal alloys?
2.What are the advantages and disadvantages of using a 3D printed reaction injection mold?
3.What techniques are used to remove excess material from a reaction injection mold during the moulding process?
4.What processes are involved with the conservation and maintenance of a reaction injection mold?
5.What are the after-sales services available for reaction injection mold?
6.About the scale of reaction injection mold factory
7.How is the surface of a reaction injection mold treated to improve its performance?
8.What is the difference between cast and machined reaction injection mold?
9.About reaction injection mold quality system
10.What kind of coatings are used for reaction injection mold surfaces to reduce wear and tear?
11.How does the quality of a reaction injection mold affect its production speed?
12.What should be taken into consideration when selecting a reaction injection mold for a certain application?
13.What kind of lubricants are used to reduce reaction injection mold friction?
14.How does shrinkage of the material being moulded affect the finished product?
15.What technologies are used to produce higher quality reaction injection mold?

1.What are the common types of reaction injection mold used for metal alloys?

We continuously upgrade our skills and knowledge to adapt to changing reaction injection mold market needs.
1. Sand Casting Moulds: Sand casting is one of the most popular and cost-effective methods for producing metal parts and components. Sand casting moulds are made from a mixture of sand, clay, and water. The sand is packed around a pattern of the desired shape, and then the pattern is removed and molten metal is poured into the cavity.
2. Investment Casting Moulds: Investment casting is a process in which a wax pattern is used to create a mould. The wax pattern is then encased in a ceramic shell, which is heated to melt the wax and create a cavity for the molten metal to be poured into.
3. Permanent Moulds: Permanent moulds are made from metal and are used to produce parts with complex shapes and intricate details. The mould is heated and the molten metal is poured into the cavity.
4. Die Casting Moulds: Die casting is a process in which molten metal is forced into a mould under high pressure. The mould is usually made from steel or aluminium and is designed to produce parts with precise dimensions and intricate details.

2.What are the advantages and disadvantages of using a 3D printed reaction injection mold?

We should enjoy a good reputation in the industry, and we can increase the added value of the products of cooperative customers through technological innovation.Advantages:
1. Cost-Effective: 3D printed moulds are much cheaper than traditional moulds, making them a great option for small businesses and startups.
2. Quick Turnaround: 3D printed moulds can be produced quickly, allowing for faster product development and prototyping.
3. Versatility: 3D printed moulds can be used to create complex shapes and designs that would be difficult to achieve with traditional moulds.
4. Customization: 3D printed moulds can be customized to fit specific needs, allowing for greater flexibility in product design.
Disadvantages:
1. Limited Durability: 3D printed moulds are not as durable as traditional moulds and may not be able to withstand the same level of wear and tear.
2. Limited Materials: 3D printed moulds are limited to the materials that can be used in the printing process, which may not be suitable for certain applications.
3. Limited Accuracy: 3D printed moulds may not be as accurate as traditional moulds, which can lead to imperfections in the finished product.
4. Limited Finishes: 3D printed moulds may not be able to achieve the same level of finish as traditional moulds, which can affect the overall quality of the product.

3.What techniques are used to remove excess material from a reaction injection 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.

4.What processes are involved with the conservation and maintenance of a reaction injection mold?

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

5.What are the after-sales services available for reaction injection 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.

6.About the scale of reaction injection mold factory

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

7.How is the surface of a reaction injection mold treated to improve its performance?

We have established a good reputation and reliable partnerships within the reaction 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.

8.What is the difference between cast and machined reaction injection mold?

We actively participate in the reaction 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 reaction injection mold?

9.About reaction injection 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.

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

Our reaction 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.

11.How does the quality of a reaction injection mold affect its production speed?

As one of the reaction 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.

12.What should be taken into consideration when selecting a reaction injection mold for a certain application?

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

What should be taken into consideration when selecting a reaction injection mold for a certain application?

13.What kind of lubricants are used to reduce reaction injection mold friction?

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

14.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.

15.What technologies are used to produce higher quality reaction injection mold?

We pay attention to employee development and benefits, and provide a good working environment in order to improve the efficiency of employees and improve the quality management of reaction injection mold products.
1. Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machining: CNC machining is a process that uses computer-controlled machines to cut and shape materials into precise shapes and sizes. This technology is used to produce higher quality moulds with greater accuracy and repeatability.
2. 3D Printing: 3D printing is a process that uses a digital model to create a physical object. This technology is used to produce complex moulds with intricate details and shapes.
3. Laser Cutting: Laser cutting is a process that uses a laser beam to cut and shape materials into precise shapes and sizes. This technology is used to produce higher quality moulds with greater accuracy and repeatability.
4. Vacuum Forming: Vacuum forming is a process that uses a vacuum to form plastic sheets into desired shapes. This technology is used to produce higher quality moulds with greater accuracy and repeatability.
5. Injection Moulding: Injection moulding is a process that uses a heated plastic material to form a desired shape. This technology is used to produce higher quality moulds with greater accuracy and repeatability.



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