injection plastic mould for auto parts
Injection moulding is used to create many things such as automotive parts and components, toys, pocket combs, some musical instruments (and parts of them), one-piece chairs and small tables, storage containers, mechanical parts (including gears), and most other plastic products available today. Injection moulding is the most common modern method of manufacturing plastic parts; it is ideal for producing high volumes of the same object.
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Q1. How can I get the accurate price?
A. There are some basic specs we need to know for price calculate, that are:3D drawings in STP, IGS, X-T format are avaialble, Please suggest us your quantity too.
Q2.Are you trading company or manufacturer?
A: We are factory.
Q3.I have an idea for a new product, but don't know if it can be manufactured. Can you help?
A Yes! We are always happy to work with potential customers to evaluate the technical feasibility of your idea or design and we can advise on materials tooling and likely set-up costs.
Q4.What type of mould tool do I need?
A Mould tools can be either single impression (one part at a time)or multi-impression(2, 4, 8 or 16 parts at a time). Single impression tools are generally used for small quantities, up to 10,000 parts per year whereas
multi-impression tools are for larger quantities. We can look at your projected annual requirements and recommend which would be best for you.
Q5. If I've decided to go ahead with my project. How long will it take to get the trial shot sample?
A. It will take 3-8 weeks to have the tooling manufactured which depend on the part's complexity and the number of impressions(single or multi). After the tooling is completed, you can expect delivery of trial shot samples within