Zhejiang Ceeto Molding Technology Co.,Ltd.
Model No.: CT-1084
Shaping Mode: Injection Mould
Surface Finish Process: Painting
Mould Cavity: Single Cavity
Plastic Material: HDPE
Process Combination Type: Single-Process Mode
Application: Household Appliances, Commodity
Runner: Hot Runner
Design Software: Pro-E
Certification: TS16949, ISO
Packaging: Wooden box
Productivity: 500000shots/mold life
Place of Origin: China
Supply Ability: 20pcs/month
HS Code: 8480790090
Indoor garbage bin plastic moulds can be used household industry and any commercial indoor places, we have been making a lot of indoor garbage bin plastic moulds with rich experience and export plastic garbage bin moulds to all over the world. Indoor garbage bin plastic product with tap style or with lid style, no matter which kind of garbage bin, we are able to design and manufacture moulds for your company. Indoor garbage bin plastic injection material normally is applied PP, HDPE, the recycled material also can be used if the customer has any requirements. Plastic garbage bin mould design can be made as per your technical specifications.
Starting mould design for indoor garbage bin, we need to communicate with the customer about the following items:
Indoor garbage bin mould design stage, we provide the customer with the following items:
When Ceeto receives product final design from customer to start project, the Program Manager will be the main charge for the whole project, he will prepare the dynamic weekly report to customer in order to follow up the program tightly and successfully. The weekly reports show the whole process including the design stage, the machining stage, mould tryouts until the mold transfer from China. This report is kept updated very week for customer.
When mold finishes machining, fitting parting line and final assembly, it steps into tryout procedure. To a new mold, the first mold tryout is very important. By means of a complete tryout procedure, we can evaluate if the mold function works well including injection system, ejection system, and side cores system and so on.
During the tryout, the plastic parts are samples, With proper injection parameters, we can evaluate the quality of samples and mold. After the tryout, we summarize a correction list in order to obtain good parts eventually and satisfied by the customer.
Mold tryout list is aimed at checking mold and samples in details and documented as a report as customer request. It includes the checking list of mold and that of the sample. Here, we only list some of checking items in common use.
Checklist of mold is followed:
1- Is the mold clean?
2- Is the mold faces free from corrosion?
3- Are mold dimensions correct as designed? Record the actual dimensions.
4- Is material of mold component correct as designed?
5- Is hardness of mold component correct as designed?
6- Does the ejection system move full stroke at injection and ejection directions?
7- Is the ejection pressure without part OK as customer request?
8- is the ejection pressure with part OK as customer request?
9- Does ejection have noise when moving?
10- Does the lifter have anti-rotation?
11- Is the lifter shaft rod in good location and guidance?
12- Does parting line fitting well?
13- Does parting line protection plate fitting well?
14- Does angle location plate fitting well?
15- Are wear plates present on the slides?
16- Does slide work in a correct position of injection and ejection direction?
17- Do angle pins have anti-rotation?
18- Is a guide pin long enough to protect inside of mold?
19- Is one guide pin in offset?
20- is there adequate venting on the mold?
21- Do handling holes realized on all mold plates as designed?
22- Does the mold lifting square?
23- Does the cooling system work well as designed?
24- Does hydraulic system work well if applicable?
25- Does the injection system work well? Hot runner drawings are available if applicable?
26- Is clamping force correct as designed?
27- Are water and oil circuits ( if applicable ) identifications clearly marked with number and IN/ OUT?
28- Are water connections correct and in position as designed?
29- Are oil connections correct and in position as designed?
30- Are Electrical connections correct and in position as designed?
31- Is mold identification plates present on the mold?
32- Are all wires protected and enclosed according to customer Standard?