Air Condition Mould Feature
Mould Name: Air Conditioner Wind Screen Plastic Parts Mould
Mould Steel: P20
Mould Base: Standrad
Cavity Number: 1
Runner Type: Hot
Hot Runner Brand: Yudo
Product Material: ABS
Demolding Type: Auto-ejection
Mould Life: 300,000 shots
Lead time: 3-8 weeks according to complexity od mould
Package: Fumigation-free wooden box
Hongmei Could Offer You
Hongmei Mould make very well mould-flow analysing to avoid air conditioner mould front mask jointing line. We offer you not only a mould, but a fine solution and good service. Hongmei staff regard” Pursue the excellence shape the perfect” as the job philosophy. Paying attention to every detail of the production process, at the same time we are strict with the quality inspection work.
Air Condition Mould Cooling System
The design of mould cooling should consider the cooling effect and cooling uniformity, also should consider the influence to total mould structure. Good cooling system can reduce the cooling time so that can improve the production efficiency and reduce the cost.
Air Condition Mould Daily Maintenance
For mould daily maintenance is more important than mould amendment, if amending more time, the mould life is shorter.
*Daily maintenance: adding oil to every moving part, such like ejector pin, slider, guide bush, guide pillar, etc.; cleaning the mould surface; cleaning the water way.
*Regular maintenance: except the daily maintenance, also need cleaning air venting and amending the part which is burned or damaged.
*Appearance maintenance: painting oil paint to avoid rust; keep the mould clean and avoid the dust into mould.
Calculating an injection moulding cycle is as follows
Cycle = Mo+Mc+I+C
Mc = Time to close the Air condition mould (this is the time it takes to actually close the tool)
I = Time to inject material into the mould
C = Cooling Time (Time to solidify molten material)
To = Time to open a mould and eject the part (these can overlap and together make up total open time)
The production rate of air condition mould is the Cycle Time multiplied by the number of mould cavities in the tool. Typically for prototype and low volume production a tool will have only a single cavity and little to no automation. Full production moulds for extremely high volume applications like caps and closures may have dozens of cavities and full automation with extremely short cycle times and very high productivities. These factors make injection moulding extremely cost effective once the initial tooling has been completed and process has been stabilized.