Extrusion blow mold is a special tool for the production of hollow plastic products, widely used in daily chemical packaging, medical, cosmetics, chemical supplies and other fields.
Blow molds are generally made of metal materials with high strength, wear resistance and high temperature resistance. Common metal materials are H13, S136, 2316 and NAK80. H13 steel has excellent thermal stability and high temperature toughness and is often used in the production of large extrusion blow molds. S136 not only has high hardness and wear resistance, but also has excellent corrosion resistance and fatigue resistance, suitable for the production of high-precision products. 2316 is a high quality stainless steel suitable for the production of high gloss plastic products. NAK80 steel has good machinability and wear resistance, suitable for the production of plastic products with complex shapes. Our engineers will choose the best material according to the product and use environment to make the mold
Extrusion blow molding is used in various industries, including the food and beverage, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and consumer goods sectors. The ability to produce lightweight, durable, and cost-effective packaging makes extrusion blow molding a popular choice for manufacturers. In the food and beverage industry, blow molded bottles are used to package products such as water, soft drinks, and dairy products. Cosmetics companies use blow molded containers for shampoos, lotions, and other personal care products. Pharmaceutical companies use blow molded bottles to package medications.
Injection Mould for Bottle Caps
Injection moulds for bottle caps are essential tools in the manufacturing of plastic bottle caps. These moulds are typically made from high-quality steel and are created using advanced manufacturing processes to ensure their durability and precision.
The most common materials used in the manufacture of injection moulds for bottle caps are high-quality steel, such as H13 steel or S136 steel. These materials are chosen for their durability, resistance to wear and tear, and ability to withstand the high temperatures and pressures involved in the injection moulding process. Other materials, such as aluminum or brass, may also be used for certain applications.
Mould Manufacturing Process:
The manufacturing process for injection moulds for bottle caps involves several steps. First, a design is created based on the desired specifications of the cap. Next, the design is used to create a 3D model, which is then used to create a prototype of the mould. The prototype is tested and refined until it meets the desired specifications.
Once the prototype is approved, the mould is manufactured using advanced CNC machining techniques. This process involves the use of computer-controlled machines to precisely shape and cut the steel into the desired shape. The mould is then heat-treated to increase its durability and strength.
Injection moulds for bottle caps are used in the production of a wide range of plastic bottle caps, including screw-on caps, snap-on caps, and flip-top caps. These moulds are designed to create caps of various sizes, shapes, and colors, depending on the needs of the manufacturer.
Injection moulding is a highly efficient process that allows for the production of large quantities of bottle caps with high precision and consistency. This makes it an ideal process for manufacturers looking to produce large volumes of caps quickly and cost-effectively.