For this Plastic Fork Moulds, our industry-leading technicians use UG, CATIA, MOLD FLOW and PRO / E software to perform a comprehensive design analysis of the mold structure and product structure, including draft angle, surface reduction, injection system design, design Ventilation system, cooling system design, etc. In addition, CAD / CAM / CAE computer-aided process is also used for design. Through standard part forming, we manufacture efficient, precise and standard molds.
Plastic Fork Moulds Gate positioning and design
The location of the gate is important for the way the polymer flows into the Plastic Fork Moulds. Other factors must be considered when selecting the door position, including: aesthetic considerations for forming; degassing requirements for forming; complex design molding; mold temperature requirements; properties of the polymer to be processed; volume and feed rate of polymer supplied through the gate; importance and location of the resulting weld; Possible location and impact of gas trapping.
After considering all of the previous points, the position of the door must be determined relatively early before and before the design build begins.
If the fork is to be fed conventionally, i.e., a non-hot runner, the positional selection of the door is further limited due to the limitations of the dual-plate mold design. There are limitations because gates must be made on a single plane around the Plastic Fork Moulds split line. When faced with gate requirements outside the dual-plate design range, mold designers can choose a three-plate or no runner mold design format to achieve the desired gate location.
Factors that affect the choice of gate location also affect the choice of gate design used. For single-die tableware or individual large parts, a direct feed gating system can be used. In this case, the extended machine nozzle is fed directly onto the mold impression, thus eliminating the need for a runner system. In order to achieve uniform filling of the molded part without the weld line, the gate for direct feed is usually located at the geometric center of the part, for example Plastic Fork Moulds.