Plastic Electronic Fly Insect Swatter Mould
Part Material: ABS
Mould Steel: p20
Cavity: single cavity
Ejection system: ejection pin
Runner: cold runner
Cycle Time: 26s
Injection Machine Tonnage: 150T
Lead Time: 30 days
Packing: Wooden case
Introduction of plastic elecytronic fly & insect swatter mould
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Cooling-Line configuration of Plastic electronic fly insect swatter mould
Cool lines is usually organized in series or parallel layouts . Cool lines in parallel construct share the coolant flowed from the plastic mold heat controller. Assuming equal pressing drop per line, the coolant flow-rate-per-line roughly equals the full move rate transport through the tempera-ture controller divided through the amount relating to parallel lines linked to it. For instance, a 11 gallon-per-minute management unit would provide about 1.35 gallons every minute relating to eight equal parallel cool lines.
Slight variations in tension drop among parallel lines can result in big differences in coolant move rate and possible cool difficulties. Series circuits prevent this issue by maintaining a standard coolant move rate through the circuit. About the different hand, a big rise in coolant heat in long series circuits can result in less efficient cool at the ends from the circuits.
Being a compromise, think about splitting big cool circuits directly into multi smaller series circuits relating to equal tension drop. Make use of flow-control measures to balance move through circuits with imbalanced lengths and/or limitations.
In series circuits, direct cool to locations requiring the most cool first: usually , thick portions, hot punches, or the custom plastic electronic fly insect swatter mould facility. For efficient heat exchange through the custom mould towards the coolant, blueprint the cool sys-tem to attain turbulent move, that is, a Reynolds amount significantly greater compared to the turbulence onset importance relating to about 2,600. With a Reynolds amount relating to 10,000, the ordinary blueprint target importance, water coolant exchanges heat an order relating to mag-nitude faster compared to laminar move Do not undervalue the cool demands relating to thin-walled components. Decreasing wall size by part reduces lowest cool time to one-fourth. To attain the entire cycle-time-reduction possible, the cool method must take away heat at 4x the rate. Different cool factors to address
1. Make use of flow-control meters to examine for obstructions and to modify the coolant move rate through the cool circuits;
2. Prevent move restricting, fast disconnects, and different obstructions that raise tension drop and decrease coolant move rate; and
3. Offer sufficient coolant move to limit the coolant heat rise within the circuits to no over 4.5 degree.
Injection system are also very important to plastic electronic fly insect swatter mould
Ordinary pouring system consists of main runner, branch runner, gate and cold slug well. The molding position of the plastic part must be determined before the design of the pouring system. The design of the pouring system is an important part of the design of the plastic electronic fly & insect swatter mould. It has a direct impact on the injection molding cycle and the quality of the plastic parts (such as appearance, physical properties, dimensional accuracy)
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The design must be based on the following principles:
(1) The cavity layout and gate opening position should be symmetrical to prevent the mold from being subjected to unbalanced load and causing flashing.
(2) The arrangement of cavities and gates should reduce the overall dimensions of the mold as much as possible.
(3) The system flow channel should be as short as possible, and the cross-section size should be appropriate (too small, the pressure and heat loss will be large, and too large, the plastic consumption will be large): minimize the bending, and the surface roughness should be low to minimize the heat and pressure loss. It may be small. ,
(4) For multiple cavities, the plastic melt should enter the depths and corners of each cavity at the same time as much as possible, and the runners should be arranged as balanced as possible.
(5) Under the premise that the cavity is full, the volume of the pouring system should be as small as possible to reduce the consumption of plastic.
(6) The gate position should be appropriate, try to avoid impacting the insert and the small core, and prevent the core from deforming. The residue of the gate should not affect the appearance of the plastic part.