Air Cooler Mould(FURNITUREMOULD) temperature is an important part of injection moulding. If the temperature of the air cooler mould is well controlled, the processed product will be a good product; and if the temperature of the air cooler mould is not well controlled, the processed product may be scrapped.
So, what effect does the temperature of the air cooler mould has on the processed product?
1. The temperature of the air cooler mould will decrease the standard accuracy of the product, which will reduce the yield of the product.
2. The temperature difference between the mould core and the cavity is too large, and the plastic parts are shortened unevenly, which causes the tortuous deformation of the product and affects the appearance of the part.
3. The temperature of the air cooler mould is too high, which will cause the product to deform during the demolding process and after demolding, which will reduce the shape and standard accuracy.
4. With regard to certain crystalline plastics, the use of air cooler mould at high temperatures facilitates the crystallization process and prevents standard seizures during storage or application.
5. With regard to plastic flexible plastics, the use of air cooler moulds can lower the moulding shortening rate, improve the standard accuracy of parts, shorten the moulding cycle, and improve production efficiency.
6. When the air cooler mould is filled at a low temperature, if the melting speed is not high enough, the internal stress of the product increases, which may cause warping deformation or crack, especially for some high viscosity plastics.
7. The temperature of the air cooler mould will cause the fluidity of the plastic melt to drop, making the parts unclear, even filling the mould, or causing obvious cold junction due to excessive melt front temperature drop during the filling process. The seam causes the mechanical properties of the article to decrease. Too low air cooler mould temperature will also make the surface of the product not smooth and cause various surface defects.
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