PA6 injection molded product

Difference between PA6 & PA66

The chemical and physical properties of PA6 are similar to those of PA66, but the former has a low melting point and...
air bubbles injection molding defects

Common Plastic Injection Molding Defects

01. Silver Mark As a matter of fact, this injection molding defects usually happens because the raw material is...
jetting plastic injection molding defects

Jetting-plastic injection molding defect

(1) What is jetting? (Appearance) Usually, the molten resin flows in the form of a jet stream. However, when flowing from...
ABS Injection molding parts

How to improve the glossiness of injection molded parts?

I. Injection Mold 1. If the mold cavity is not appropriately processed, such as the appearance...
PC+ABS plastic resin

PC+ABS plastic injection molding material characteristics and conditions

What is the PC+ABS material? What are the purposes of PC+ABS? And, what is the injection molding...
flow mark injection molding defect

Flow mark-plastic injection molding defect

(1) What is  flow mark (appearance)? Flow mark refers to the wavy lines or patterns appearing on the surface of the...
Discoloration plastic injection molding defect

Discoloration

(1) What is discoloration (appearance)? Discoloration means that the color of the molded product is not consistent with the required color. Since...
Pitting issue plastic injection molding defects

Pitting issue plastic injection molding defects

What is pitting (appearance)? Pitting mainly refers to the dents produced on thick walls. Pitting is caused because the...
The Causes of Black Spots

Black spots -plastic injection molding defects

What are black spots?(appearance)? Black spot refer to the black Speck or streak on a molded...
the cause of burn mark air trap

Burn mark( air trap) plastic injection molding defect

(1) What Is Burn Mark? (Appearance) Burn Mark refers to the blackened edge that is caused...

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