plastic Injection Mould on auto parts
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ABIS auto parts mold
Part Name : Plastic Car Rear
Type : Plastic Injection Mould
1+1 cavities mold
Mold Master Hot runner
Made by ABIS Mold
Long life time
fast cycle time
Advantages of Injection Molding for Automotive Applications
2. Scale and cost
3. Material availability
Vehicles need to be built to rigorous safety standards and must meet several certifications in order to become roadworthy. As such, it is important to choose the right plastic for any plastic injection molding automotive parts.
The resin can be considered
Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)
Widely used for injection molding and 3D printing, the durable plastic ABS is fairly weather-resistant. In cars, it may be used to make items like dashboards and covers.
Although not resistant to liquids, nylons have good abrasion and chemical resistance. They can be molded into automotive components like bushes and bearings.
Poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA)
The transparency of acrylic makes it an excellent (and shatterproof) substitute for glass. An automotive plastic parts manufacturer may use molded PMMA for headlight covers and internal screens (e.g. SatNav or radio).
Resistant to water, chemicals and UV light, PP is used for some of the more high-intensity automotive parts, including several exterior components. PP parts include bumpers, cable insulation and battery covers.
PU is often found in spongy and flexible items like foam seating. This includes car seating, but auto applications of PU also include seals and gaskets, insulation panels and suspension bushings.
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
PVC is the third most popular synthetic plastic polymer in the world, and within the auto industry it is used for many molded parts that require good chemical resistance. These include interior panels, dashboards and cable insulation.
Glass or carbon fiber reinforced plastics, much stronger than ordinary resins, can be used in the production of car bodywork and bumpers.
Q: What is the best material for injection molding automotive parts?
A: Different parts demand different plastic materials, but the most widely used plastics are PP (seating, body, under the hood); PU (seating, upholstery); and PVC (seating, interior trim, electrical, upholstery). RapidDirect can advise you on a suitable material for your automotive parts.
Q: Should I use injection molding for automotive prototypes?
这可能取决于你的需要的数量。For a hundred parts or so, manufacturers can make rapid tooling for a low-cost run of molded parts. But for just one or two units of a prototype, it might make more sense to use a specialist prototyping technology like additive manufacturing, where there are fewer up-front costs.
Q: What about metal parts?
A: Injection molding is not used for metals, and the nearest alternative may be the process of metal casting, which manufacturers use to produce aluminum transmission housings and pistons as well as engine blocks and cylinder heads. CNC machining is also widely used in the automotive industry
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