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Custom PMMA Plastic Injection DME High Precision Mold UV Printing

Custom PMMA Plastic Injection DME High Precision Mold UV Printing

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    DME High Precision Mold


    PMMA High Precision Mold


    DME High Precision Injection Molding

  • Mould Material
    S136 Steel 1.2324
  • Product Material
  • Mould Base
  • Mould Life
    100,000 Shots-1,000,000 Shots
  • Mould Runner
    Hot Runner/cold Runner
  • Surface Finishing
    Polishing / Mirror Finishing/UV Printing/Electroplate
  • Place of Origin
    Shenzhen , China
  • Brand Name
  • Certification
    ISO 9001 : 2015 , CE
  • Model Number
    81928 C15KCHD
  • Minimum Order Quantity
    plastic :3000 Pcs;mould:1 set
  • Price
  • Packaging Details
    Carton and Wooden
  • Delivery Time
    30 Working Days
  • Payment Terms
    T/T, L/C, Western Union
  • Supply Ability
    plastic :200000 Pieces Per Month;mould:20 sets Per Month

Custom PMMA Plastic Injection DME High Precision Mold UV Printing

Custom PMMA Plastic Injection DME High Precision Mold UV Printing


 Top Manufacturer Plastic Injection Mold Service Manufacturer for Custom OEM Parts


Company profile

JDmoulding is an injection total solution provider, we ensure services from idea to drawing to mold design to finished products launched to market.Its engineering team has many years and much experience on high precision molds design and manufacturing, rapid heating and cooling central temperature control system. Its research ranges cover rapid heating and cooling mold designs, equipment and central control system. Its team members are with much experience on injection production also.we can use RHC technology to solve wrpage.weldlines issues.



When plastic material is injected into a mold cavity, it is cooled and solidifies to form a part that is made to final part dimensions. However, if the cooling of this part in the mold is not uniform differences in part shrinkage can occur, causing the part to distort. This condition is referred to in the injection molding industry as warpage. Warpage is also the result of excessive stresses that are built into a part during the molding process.



1. An injection speed that is too fast will increase the melt temperature, forcing the melt to overpack the cavity. This overpacking creates molded-in stresses in the part, which warp the part

2. The injection speed is too slow, the viscosity of the material increases the amount of packing pressure needed to fill the cavity. This higher packing pressure adds molded-in stresses in the part, causing warpage

3. Long injection forward times contribute to part warpage by allowing more time for more material to overpack the cavity

4. Check ring wear can cause shot-to-shot consistency, creating overpacked parts

5. If the gate has not sealed off before the cavity is full, overpacking occurs causing warpage

6. If not enough gates are used to fill a part, higher packing pressures occur to

ill out the part, producing molded-in stresses

7. Smaller gate sizes cause a high degree of molecular orientation in the polymer that causes different shrinkage in different directions of the part (machine vs transverse)

8. Insufficient cooling times do not provide enough time for the part to cool, Increasing shrinkage

9. Running the mold halves at different temperatures can cause shrinkage in one direction to help overall warpage. Parts have a tendency to warp toward hotter mold halves since this causes higher shrinkage

10. If ejection forces are uneven due to ejector pin placement or length stresses can be induced in the part causing warpage

11. Differences in wall thickness promote warpage since thin sections cool faster. thicker sections cool slower

12. Sharp corners can promote molded-in stresses that can cause warpage


1. Decreasing the melt temperature if the injection speed is too fast

2. Increasing the injection speed to decrease the holding pressure needed to fill the cavity

3. Limiting the injection forward time

4. Replacing check ring

5. The gate seal needs to be measured to assure that the cavity is not full before gate seal takes place

6. Increasing the number of gates reduces the packing pressure by distributing the pressure over a number of gates

7. Larger gate sizes reduce orientation

8. Increasing cooling time or fixturing the part are options to prevent the part from distorting

9. Location and placement of cooling lines should be reviewed to ensure that even efficient cooling is taking place to the part

10. Improving or modifying pin design can reduce part warpage

11. Uniform wall thickness helps avoid warpage Issues

12. Removing sharp corners can reduce molded-in stresses and reduce stresses that can be caused during part ejection


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Plastic Mold (Moulds)production process Description

1. 3d Design/Samples for quotation According to 3D drawing or samples for quotation.
2. Negotiations

Including the price of moulds, moulds sizes, material

for cores & cavities, weight of product, part cost, payment,

moulds lifetime, delivery, etc.

3. Purchasing Order After the customer confirming the mould design and quotation.
4. Making mold(moulds)

Confirm drawing, start to do DFM,mold flows and mold detail agreed with the customer, start production.

5. Production schedule We will feedback to the customer a mold progress(picture).
6. sample shoot

We provide the moulds test samples for confirmation (about 10-15 piece), then,get your signature sample, mass production.

7. Package Wooden case for moulds, cartons for parts, or as your requiretment.
8. Delivery deliver goods by air or by sea.