|Place of Origin:||China|
|Model Number:||2 plate-mold|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 set|
|Price:||To Be Negotiation|
|Packaging Details:||Artificial Wooden Box with Steel Frame|
|Delivery Time:||30 working days|
|Supply Ability:||30 Sets Mould Per Month|
|Mold Material:||NAK80, 738/P20/718/NAK80/S136, S136, P20, 718H,SKD61,... Etc.||Mold Base Material:||S50C LKM, HASCO, DME, LKM & HASCO & DME, LKM Mould Base|
|Design Software:||UG, CAD, PROE, ProE/G/SOLIDWORKS/CAD/, CATIA||Mold Life:||1,000 To 1,000,000 Shots(according To Your Requirement)|
|Runner System:||Hot Runner\ Cold Runner||Cavity:||Single Cavity, Muti Cavity, Based On Customer’s Requirement.|
|Lead Time:||T1 4-5 Weekds Working Days After Mold 3D Approved||To Be Discussed:||In-Mold Decoration, Injection Mould,|
2 cavity Overmold Injection Mold,
2 cavity Overmold,
LKM HASCO Overmold
2 Cavity Overmold Injection Mold
Mold details description
|Product name||Double color plastic power tool handles|
|Mould Material||NAK80, 738/P20/718/NAK80/S136, S136, P20, 718H,SKD61,... etc.|
|Mould Base material||S50C LKM, HASCO, DME, LKM & HASCO & DME, LKM Mould Base|
|Design Software||UG, PROE, CAD, CAXA ect.|
|Plastic Material||PP, PC, PS, PE, PU, PVC, ABS, PMMA, TPE, TPR, Silico,... ect.|
|Mould Life||1,000-3,000,000 shots.|
|Specification||Depends on customer's requirments|
Overmolding Design Material Selection
Different types of materials that are used during the plastic overmolding process will either be harder, softer or a combination of both. Certain product overmolding designs will require a “grippy” or “squishy” quality regarding the handle. What then is the process that determines the materials that are required to achieve those qualities? The processes stated below are often used to determine what types of materials are required for a given effect.
When choosing a soft touch TPE, designers usually ask for the softest material available. What they do not know is that the soft durometer of a TPE adds little value to the concept of "cushion" when thickness of the TPE is below a certain point (typically > 0.040"). This means that the thinner the TPE over-mold, the harder it will feel. One way of getting around this issue is to incorporate multiple ribs that are placed closely together to create the perception of thickness without using a large amount of material.
Hardness vs. Modulus
One common myth in the TPE industry is that the durometer (or hardness) of a material is directly related to its flexibility. This is not always true; for example, a 65 Shore A SEBS material is much more flexible than a 65 Shore A TPU. Instead of using Shore Hardness, a more suitable measure of flexibility is the flexural modulus, which measures a material's resistance to bending. A higher flexural modulus typically means that a material will feel more stiff and unyielding.
Coefficient of Friction
When two surfaces are dragged flat against each other, the resulting resistance is characterized as friction. The coefficient of friction (COF) characterizes the degree of force required to move one surface across another - either from a complete stop (static friction) or when the surface is already moving (kinetic friction). Typically, TPE's are described as rubbery or "grippy". One area that product designers often misunderstand is the relationship between durometer and COF. Most believe that the softer the TPE, the greater the COF - this is a very general statement and is not true in all cases.
1. Factory direct price
2. Small orders welcome.
3. No MOQ, 1 piece is OK
4. ISO9001: 2000 certified
5. Accept 7-day refund
6. OEM & ODM, help design the product or assembly free of charge
7. More than 20 years experience
8. Low cost for the mould, and competitive price for the product but high quality
9. Accept small mold, treat as earnestly.
10. Machine jobs per customers instruction, but will send proposals when needed
11. Help customers complete the product or assembly for free
Contact Person: jeff
Tel: 0086 139 2681 9972