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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 Multi color injection molding,Mold standard components,Mock up sample,Blow Molding,Plastic injection,Plastic mold, etc.

The company currently has over 200 employees and produces around 400-600 sets of various plastic injection molds, including auto parts,communicating equipments,home appliances,medical instruments, 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.



Shaping Mode Injection Mould
Place of Origin Shenzhen,Guangdong
Mould making technology 3D Modelling,2D Modelling...etc.
Product Material Plastic/Metal
Colors
Customized Colors
Product Name small run injection molds
Mold material
P20/718/738/NAK80/S136
Material
HDPE(high density polyethylene),ABS(acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymer),PC(polycarbonate)...etc.
Design software
CAD/PROE/UG/3D/DWG/IGS/STEP/PDF/JPG
Cavity
Single/Multi Cavity moulds
Mould life
500000 shots
Application
White Goods,Defence,Architectural...etc.
Runner
Cold Runner. Hot Runner: Yudo
Surface treatment
Polish. Etched. Texture
Certification
ISO9001:2015
Size(cm)

160 * 194 * 170

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
Asia,Europe,Oceania
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 small run injection molds manufacturers in China, and our mission is to provide customers with high-quality products and the highest quality service.

At GoodBo Mould we fully test all molds in-house. Trial reports and process data are provided to the client for rapid start up and all clients can be assured of tight quality control that guarantees a quality product. Mold trial run samples will be provided together with inspection reports.

We offer clients a wide range of materials to meet their product specifications, including the following:PPS(poly phenylene sulfide),PPO(poly phenylene oxide),ABS(acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymer),PC(polycarbonate),PUR(polyurethane),LDPE(low density polyethylene),PVC(poly vinyl chloride),POM(polyformaldehyde),PA(polyamide),HDPE(high density polyethylene),AS(acrylonitrile-styrene),CA(cellulose acetate),PETP(poly ethylene terephthalate),TPE(thermoplastic),PMMA(poly methyl methacrylate), etc.

small run injection molds---FAQs Guide
1.What are the advantages and disadvantages of using a 3D printed small run injection molds?
2.About small run injection molds delivery time
3.Is the small run injection molds adaptable to different injection molding machines?
4.How do small run injection molds hardness and mould flexibility affect its performance?
5.What is the difference between cast and machined small run injection molds?
6.How does the temperature of a small run injection molds affect the moulding process?
7.What are the common types of small run injection molds used for metal alloys?
8.What kind of coatings are used for small run injection molds surfaces to reduce wear and tear?
9.What factors affect the lifespan of a small run injection molds?
10.What types of machines are needed to produce a small run injection molds?
11.What is the difference between an injection mould and a compression small run injection molds?
12.What types of finishes can be applied to small run injection molds?
13.About the scale of small run injection molds factory
14.How to make a mould?
15.What kind of cooling systems are used for moulding?
16.What type of part ejection system does the small run injection molds use, and how does it ensure smooth ejection without defects?

1.What are the advantages and disadvantages of using a 3D printed small run injection molds?

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.

2.About small run injection molds delivery time

3-4 weeks for the 1st.artical. Lead time for plastic mold manufacturing depends on the complexity of the mold and the size of the order.

3.Is the small run injection molds adaptable to different injection molding machines?

We are committed to providing personalized solutions and established long -term strategic cooperative relationships with customers.Yes, the mold can be adapted to different injection molding machines. Depending on the type of mold and the complexity of the part, some modifications may be necessary.

4.How do small run injection molds 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.

5.What is the difference between cast and machined small run injection molds?

We actively participate in the small run 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 small run injection molds?

6.How does the temperature of a small run injection molds affect the moulding process?

We have a professional team that is committed to the innovation and development of small run injection molds.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.

7.What are the common types of small run injection molds used for metal alloys?

We continuously upgrade our skills and knowledge to adapt to changing small run injection molds 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.

8.What kind of coatings are used for small run injection molds surfaces to reduce wear and tear?

Our small run injection molds 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.

9.What factors affect the lifespan of a small run injection molds?

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

10.What types of machines are needed to produce a small run injection molds?

Our company has many years of small run injection molds experience and expertise.The types of machines needed to produce a mould depend on the type of mould being produced. Generally, machines such as CNC milling machines, lathes, grinders, and EDM machines are used to produce moulds. In addition, injection moulding machines may be used to produce plastic moulds.

What types of machines are needed to produce a small run injection molds?

11.What is the difference between an injection mould and a compression small run 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.

12.What types of finishes can be applied to small run 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

13.About the scale of small run injection molds factory

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

14.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!

15.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.

What kind of cooling systems are used for moulding?

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

We focus on providing high quality small run 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.



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