ABS(Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene )
ABS Plastic Resin Introduction ABS(Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene ) is one of the five major synthetic resins, which is excellent in resistance to impact, heat, low temperature and chemicals, in addition to outstanding electrical properties. It is very easy to process and stable in product size, with a high level of surface glossiness. It...
ejector pins for runner
The ejection of a plastic product is the last step in the plastic injection molding process. The quality of the ejection determines the quality of the plastic product. When the mold opens, the plastic product must be retained on the mold half (usually the core) with the ejector mechanism that is used to release the plastic product. I....
plastic snap fit joint design
1. Snap joint, AKA snap fit joint, is a common structure for connecting and fixing plastic injection molding products. It is able to replace the fixing screws when the strength requirement is not high. The design point of the snap joint lies in “joint”, i.e., it has to ensure secure connection, meet the test...
undercuts release by cav sliders
When there are through holes, recesses and bosses, etc. on the side wall of a plastic product which make it impossible to release the mold, the molded product must be moved laterally.we call them undercuts. The entire mechanism that drives the lateral movement of the molded product is referred to as slider or lifter. There are many...
Purpose of the Guiding system: Positioning & Guiding Maintain the correct clamping of the core and the cavity, as well as the correct shape of the cavity after clamping. Guide the mold core to be clamped in sequence, to prevent the core from being damaged...