ZHONGDECustomizing | Manufacturing
Feb 01-2021 Views: 282
Silicone rubber, it is mostly used for travel bottle, sub bottling, gift goods and massage equipment. As an environmental protection material, it is widely used in the fields of women and children's products, cosmetics, medical products, outdoor leisure field and furniture. With the continuous use of plant extraction formula in the cosmetics industry, it is believed that it will tend to grow significantly in the cosmetics industry in the future. Let's have a deep understanding of the silicone rubber molding process:
The molding process of molded silicone rubber is usually pouring rubber into a mold, and then apply pressure through the vulcanizing machine to solidify it at high temperature. The hardness of molded silicone rubber is usually between 30°C and 70°C. The color of raw materials and color paste is adjusted according to Pantone color card number. The shape of the mold determines the shape of the molded silicone rubber products. The molded silicone rubber products are the most widely used in the silicone rubber industry at present. It is mainly used for making silicone rubber industrial accessories, buttons, silicone rubber gifts, silicone rubber bracelets, silicone rubber watches, key bags, mobile phone cases, silicone rubber kitchenware, silicone rubber mats, ice grids, cake molds, etc.
Extruded silicone rubber products are usually formed by extrusion machine. Generally, the shape of extruded silicone rubber is long and tubular, which can be cut easily. It is widely used in medical devices and food machinery.
Liquid silicone rubber products are injection molded by silicone rubber, the product is soft, the hardness can reach 10°C-40°C, because of its soft characteristics, it is widely used in the simulation of human organs, medical silicone rubber breast pads etc.
Nowadays, the trend of processing technology is developing with high and new technology. These technologies include micro injection molding, high filling compound injection, water assisted injection m...
Most of the defects of molded products are caused in the plasticization and injection stages, but sometimes they are also related to improper mold tool design. Possible influencing factors include: th...