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        What is the definition of "custom multiple-cavity injection molds"?


        An injection molds that contains more than one cavity of  the same shape. Multiple-cavity injection molds have
        a symmetrical 
        layout, producing many parts of the same design.

         

        Cavity Construction –Plastic Mold Making In China Design

         
         
        Basically, plastic mold making in the china cavity will be consist of cavity main insert, and cavity insert, for this product, we use cavity main insert shaped like a pin, and to release air trap, we put cavity insert pin (pink color) with gas vent land. Gate located at cavity main insert that one position with the parting line
         
        China Injection mold making process
         
        Cavities: 1, 2,4 to muti cavity up to 120 cavities mold
         
        Treatment: Pretreat, Heated to HRC 54, Or nitriding
         
        Mold Steel: Cavity, core and slide; P20.2738.2312,2344,H13 available
         
        Standard: YUDO, DEM, HASCO, LKM
         
        Design Software: UG, PRO-E, SOLIDWORKS, AUTOCAD

        Why custom multiple cavity injection molds fill unevenly


        The balanced filling is critical for making china plastic injection molding identical parts, achieving high CPKs, holding tight tolerances, and getting “good” data from the design of experiments.

        we know for plastic injection moulding about the importance of uniform filling or balanced flow for each cavity of
        a multi-cavity mold. The balanced filling is critical for making identical parts, achieving high CPKs, holding tight
        tolerances, and getting “good” data from the design of experiments (DOEs). Balanced flow is critical for both filling
        and packing (filling influences packing).

        The real problem is determining which one or combination of these is affecting your parts:


        1. China injection molds with melted plastic.

        Unmelted or partially melted plastic can disrupt the flow in the runner, gate, or part. This may seem like a minor
        issue, yet my experience tells me it is significant. For example, temperature control of the nozzle tip and body
        is notoriously problematic, especially with cold runners. Poor screw design may also result in the non-uniform melt. 
        Then there is temperature control of the manifolds and tips in hot-runner systems. How many of you are setting
        some “unusual” temperatures to get the hot runner to function?



        2. Differential venting among the injection mold cavities or injection mould flow path. Yes, cold runners should be vented. Air-water vapor, off-gases, or volatiles from the polymer can build pressure in cavities and restrict filling. I demonstrate this at every one of my seminars. When troubleshooting venting issues for fill balance, one trick is to make short shots at 90+% full and 65-80% full to see if the balance changes.


        3. Non-uniform cooling of the china injection molds, hot-runner system, or hot tips. Plugged or partially
        plugged water lines; water lines too close to the parts or too far away; coolant taking the path of least   
        resistance;laminar flow;air trapped in a coolant channel; or other equipment coming on and off line can
        all wreak havoc with proper cooling.While rarely done, a case can be made for regulating water coolant
        flow separately through each channel of your molds.


        4. China custom injection mold part design, particularly non-uniform wall thickness. If you have thick and thin sections in the part, the thick section will fill relatively easily compared with the thin section. If gated into the thick section, flow may “hesitate” at the thick-thin junction, causing a seesaw filling pattern. This factor must be considered in “living hinge” applications.



        5. Lack of proper velocity control during filling. Too many profiled velocity changes; running the process pressure-limited;or setting up with different fill times—these are big culprits for filling imbalances. Fill time basically establishes shear rate,which in turn establishes viscosity. Varying fill time (shear rate) from shot to shot, run to run, or machine to machine provides a “different” process due to huge changes in viscosity. Change the viscosity and you can the change fill pattern.


        6. Custom injection molds gate not all the same size. No problem, as this is difficult to check with a pin
        gauge, Relatively few pin gauges measure gate land length.It is difficult and time-consuming to measure land
        length, but it’s essential because gate land length establishes pressure drop. To achieve balanced filling. you
        need each gate to provide identical pressure drop. There is a reason most mold builders have a rule for
        maximum land length.

        7. Unbalanced flow path. If flow distance and/or path geometry are not identical, non-uniform filling is inevitable.

         


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