• How to distinguish the inverted mould from other moulds

    How to distinguish the inverted mould from other moulds

    How to distinguish the inverted mould from other moulds Inverted compound die is a convex and concave die installed on the lower die base, which is opposite to the formal compound die. According to the different assembly position of the convex and concave die in the die, it can be divided into two k... read more

    Jan 03,2020 News
  • In the mold, what is the pillow position, the contact surface and the insertion surface

    In the mold, what is the pillow position, the contact surface and the insertion surface

    In the mold, what is the pillow position, the contact surface and the insertion surface? 1. Pillow position: the sealing part of the cavity protruding from the parting surface. That is to say, the part extending along the PL line during parting, so the advantage is that it can be made into the rubbi... read more

    Jan 11,2020 News
  • Do you know what problems should be paid attention to in plastic mold design?

    Do you know what problems should be paid attention to in plastic mold design?

    The following problems should be paid attention to in plastic mold design: 1. The rubber inlet shall be set in the thick part of the product to ensure the smooth and complete filling of the mold; 2. Although it is set at the place that does not affect the appearance and function of the product, it c... read more

    Jan 18,2020 News
  • What is extrusion die

    What is extrusion die

    What is extrusion die? Extrusion die belongs to a kind of molding die, but its discharging way is to realize the phenomenon by extruding this action. It is widely used in aluminum special-shaped structure and plastic parts. At the front end of the extruder, it is used to make pipes or profiles. The ... read more

    Jan 21,2020 News
  • Factory hardness of XPM plastic mold steel

    Factory hardness of XPM plastic mold steel

    Although XPM series materials are classified into different grades, their hardness ranges are generally 359-400hb (38-42hrc), the main difference is that the smelting processes used are different, and the purity of steel is also very different. The factory hardness is not fixed, but tempered accordi... read more

    Feb 10,2020 News