Usually, if we got the correct information, the 3d cad files, the estimated quantities, we can quote within 48 hours.
Once we agreed on a price and we received a prepayment amount, we will initiate the mold design process: beginning with studying, analysing your Cad files and assembly files. We will check them with our parts design guides. and rules. after finishing the mold design we will send you the mold Cad file.
Can you do product design or parts design
yes if you have only a sketch, idea or rough Cad we can finalise it, and make the component direct suitable for injection molding.
Yes, we cooperate with several freight forwarding companies that assist us on sending your assembled or finished goods to your destination address.
Sure, we love that, and it is still costs effective in china. We can do logo printing, silk screen printing, general painting, chromating, assembly and packaging. ( eg Blistering)
Usually to manufacturer a simple mold, with no sliders and of small size, takes around 1 month until 6 weeks. The lead time of Larger molds with sliders can take up to 3 months.
The process of designing injection molds will take a week for simple produtcs .
The time it takes to produce a mold can vary widely depending on factors such as complexity, size, and material.
Triple-c ltd makes molds for rubber parts and for injection molded TPE/TPO’s aswell. We have made with the help of another factory in Ningbo diecasting molds
Finished and checked 3d cad (computer aided design ) files in IGS ( IGES) , parasolid file format.
Lifetime of your product, and estimated order quantities, we understand that the orders will be lower in the beginning of your new innovative project.
This depends on many factors and criteria such as: Part size and complexity, the structure of your parts. We have made simple molds starting with 1500 Usd until 100.000 molds. To know more about these please read our article about china mold cost
Injection molding is a manufacturing process where molten material is injected into a mold, which then solidifies into a part.
A wide variety of materials can be used in injection molding, including thermoplastics, ( general purpose materials), thermosetting plastics, elastomers (OR RUBBER MOLDING)
The advantages of injection molding include high production efficiency, excellent dimensional accuracy, and the ability to produce complex geometries.
This depends on several factors; mold material and hardness, part material and number of cavities
if you want more to know about this
The maximum size of a part that can be produced using injection molding is typically limited by the size of the mold and the clamping force of the machine.
The dimensional accuracy of parts produced using injection molding is typically very high, with tolerances as tight as +/- 0.005 inches possible.
What is the difference between thermoplastic and thermosetting materials?
How are molds designed?
What is the lead time for mold design?
What is the typical life span of a mold?
we will store the mold indoors and before a new run we will inspect the mold carefully
yes we have experience with 2-components overmolding parts; either hard-hard or soft-hard parts.
What is the difference between a prototype mold and a production mold?
How do you choose the right material for a specific application?
The quality of parts produced using injection molding is ensured through various methods such as inspection, testing, and process control.
How are parts inspected?
What is the maximum injection pressure that can be used?
What is the maximum clamping force that can be applied?
What is the maximum shot size that can be used?
How are parts ejected from the mold?
What is the cycle time for injection molding?
How do you handle undercuts in the design of the part?
How do you prevent flash or burrs from forming on the parts?
What is insert molding?
How do you design parts for overmolding or insert molding?
What is the difference between a hot runner system and a cold runner system?
What is a family mold?
What is the difference between a two-shot mold and a multi-shot mold?
What is the maximum temperature that can be used in the injection molding process?
What is the maximum cooling time for a part?
How do you handle the shrinkage of the part during the cooling process?
How do you ensure that the part will fit within its assembly?
What is the minimum draft angle required for a part to be ejected from the mold?
How do you handle thin ribs or bosses in the design of the part?
What is the difference between an injection molding machine and a blow molding machine?
How do you handle the recycling of materials used in injection molding?