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What Are The Differences Between Injection Molding And Blow Molding?

Injection molding entails injecting thermoplastic material into a mold cavity by melting and injecting the plastic material, cooling, and shaping it according to what was designed in the mold cavity. Once in, injection molding allows many details like bosses, ribs and threads to be formed without further processing in one step of this process.

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PP (Polypropylene Material Requirements For Mold Design

In general, PP’s requirements for mold design cover material properties, temperature control, gate and runner design, mold structure, and many other aspects. During the mold design process, these factors need to be considered comprehensively to ensure the production of high-quality and stable PP plastic parts.

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