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Cast molding refers to the processing process in which liquid raw materials are poured into a mold and cooled and solidified at room temperature.
Zhongde has many years of casting experience. Our experienced engineers can accurately analyze whether the product is suitable for casting products according to the product structure.
Mold working life time up to 20,000 runs. Short machined time.
Traditional molds, used for mass production
Multi cavities moulds
Moulds can produce more than one part per cycle, used to increase production rate.
Moulds produce two or more different parts per injection cycle, the parts should be of the same material and color.
Steel P20, H13, S136, 2316, 2344, 083,718H, SKD618, etc.
Family molds, single and multi-cavities molds
3 years inactivity
Guaranteed Mold Life
We can remachine the molds if there are any changes required, basis on mold structure
Lifetime warranty on production molds
The below table shows the size of Casting Molding parts we usually make. If you need a larger size, we can also help you achieve it.
PU | Polyurethane
LSR | Liquid Silicone Rubber
PMS color matching
Nylon Casting Pulley
Silicone Casting Button
What is the difference between cast nylon and extruded nylon?
Cast nylon tends to be slightly more ductile than extruded 6/6 nylon, it can procduced in much larger shapes and tends to be more cost-effective in larger cross-section shapes.
What is the difference between molding and casting?
Molding or Mold making is the act of creating the cavity that carries a negative or reverse impression of an original model. Casting is the act of pouring liquid material into the cavity of a mold.
Does casting resin shrink?
All resins shrink when they change from liquid to solid and all generate heat as they polymerize, and this causes problems. Because heat accelerates chemical reactions, all resins cure from the inside out.
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