3D printing has come a long way in recent years. Speed, high ease of use, and other advantages of 3D printing
have become a trend, and in many areas have been applied. Today, 3D printers have been used in architectural
design, medical auxiliaries, industrial models, complex structures, spare parts, animation, and other fields that have
a certain degree of application. Especially in the aircraft, nuclear power and thermal power and other heavy
machinery, high-end precision machinery industry, 3D printing technology “print” products are seamlessly
connected to the structure, the stability between the structure and connection strength is much higher than
the traditional method.
3D printing Advantage:
1: No additional cost for manufacturing complex items
2: product diversification does not increase the cost;
3: zero time delivery;
4: unlimited design space;
5: zero skill manufacturing;
Indeed 3D printing has many advantages. So,3D can replace the injection mold?
In recent years, China’s rapid development of plastic mold. With the increasingly wide range of applications of
plastic products for the plastic mold provide a very broad market, resulting in the mold market is the overall
the trend of heat up smoothly. It is expected that in the future of the mold market, the development of plastic mold
speed will be higher than other molds in the mold industry will gradually increase the proportion.
Automotive Mould Industry Overview
Auto mold includes stamping dies, plastic molds, die casting molds. Wherein the stamping and die-casting
molds proportion of 50%, automobile mold having a size with a complex process, and high technical
standards,technology-intensive products. Automotive panel die is important automotive body production
technology and equipment, the design and manufacture of the automotive development cycle time of approximately
two-thirds, is a major constraint to change car type. Automobile production in more than 90% of the parts you want
to rely on the molding. In the United States, Japan, and other developed countries, automobile manufacturing, mold
industry for more than 40% of the products are automobile mold, while China is only about 1/3 of the mold for the
automotive industry and services, therefore, auto mold known as the “automobile industry mother”
The rapid development of the contemporary mold manufacturing industry, the same rapid development of the mold industry, the market competition. In the case of shorter processing cycle requirements and lower cost requirements, the accuracy requirements should not fall or fall, so in addition to the capital allowable, try to improve the production capacity of processing equipment, efficient quality control means more and more become the mold manufacturing enterprises The key to winning the competition.
Continuous development of the times, for the use of plastic materials, has expanded from the initial ordinary
plastic to composite materials or plastic alloy. From this trend can be seen, along with plastic material and
injection molding technology and improve the level of the injection molding process, plastic mold parts in
automotive applications, the motorcycle industry will become more common, will inevitably lead to auto
mold making and motorcycles mold manufacturing with big development.
CN-MOULDING shows how the internet can be used to deliver custom injection molding service around the world
CN-MOULDING specialized in plastic mould and injection molding manufacturer in China. Offers plastic molding manufacturer services for various industries, such as automotive, electronics, home appliances, and others around the world using the internet.
China-based CN-MOULDING believes in using the latest technologies to develop and deliver plastic molds to its industrial clients across the world. The company now uses the internet to build custom molds as per client specifications and reduces the time and cost of designing and engineering molds.
Plastic application in the medical industry：
Medical equipment related to the pharmaceutical industries, machinery, electronics, plastics, etc., wherein the
the plastic rapid development of medical devices. Since the 1930s people first used synthetic polymer materials –
since celluloid film is formed as an artificial kidney dialysis membrane used in clinical success, polymer
materials are gradually replacing traditional inorganic materials such as metal, glass, ceramic, apatite stone
for the preparation of medical devices.