Different Types of Injection Molding Machines

The Injection molding machine, also known as pressing machine, is an electronic device in which melted granules are put in casts to design products of various shapes and sizes.2

So, what are actually plastic injections machineries? The plastic injection machines can be broadly classified as horizontal or vertical depending upon the placement of the moulds. In vertical injection machines, the manual, hydraulic and magnetic clamps are used to fasten the mould. Components are shaped into mould or die for mass production of any kind of desired part.

Further classification of injection molding machines, can be done on the basis of how the pressing is performed to give the final shape to the product. The primary types of injection molding machines are mechanical Machines in which tonnage is built on the clamp to avoid the opening of the clamp when the injection is taking place. Opening of the clamp during the pressing can lead to a defective piece. In hydraulic machines heating and cooling is done by using fluid such as water or oil. The continual monitoring on pressure and flow of the liquid is required. This is the oldest way to make parts in large number. In electric machines higher accuracy and precision is required. Electric machines are environment friendly machines. Operational costs can be reduced effectively by saving energy consumption. However, being expensive, electric machines are not feasible for the small manufacturing units and hybrid machines combine the best utility features of both the electric and hydraulic machines. To get a deep knowledge about Plastic Injections Machineries, please go through my website http://www.dakumar.com/

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