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When designing an injection molding mold, the design project must be explored from various angles, but in general, it is recommended to consider the following angles.
It should be able to clearly achieve the goals of quality, cost, productivity, life and so on that the mold needs to achieve.
The quality assurance function of the mold, quality stability, compatibility during maintenance, etc., should be able to ensure the reliability of the molded product. It should have operational stability and allow continuous molding for a long period of time with peace of mind.
Shall be able to produce shaped products at reasonable cost. It should be possible to minimize scrap and minimize overall costs such as recyclability. Mold maintenance costs (maintenance costs, maintenance labor costs) can be minimized.
Forming original designs that include intellectual property and know-how can bring competitiveness.
Should be designed in a shape that can be easily machined.
(6) Adaptability to mass production
Compatibility should be available when making additional molds.
(7) Maintenance and management
Ease of maintenance, rust prevention, etc. should be considered.
Reduce costs and enhance compatibility with standard specifications.
When designing, strength, structure and other aspects should be backed by mechanics and other scientific and technological theories.
In order to ensure safe handling of molds during operations such as movement, disassembly, assembly, etc., fixtures, auxiliary functions, etc. should also be considered.
When moving the mold, it should be able to be disassembled and transported in a convenient way.
(12) Low noise
A structure that can avoid noise as much as possible when using the mold should be adopted.
(13) Compatibility of electromechanical components
For electrical components such as sensors and switches, compatible components should be used, and the design should ensure that they are easy to maintain and adjust.