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How Many Processing Methods Are There For Bakelite Parts?


  With its unique advantages, bakelite parts are favore […]

  With its unique advantages, bakelite parts are favored and loved by consumers in the market. But do you know anything about bakelite parts? Today, let's follow us and find out how many processings methods are available to produce this product.

  1. Blister: Vacuum forming is called a blister. It is a plastic processing technology. The main principle is that flat plastic card sheets are heated to soften, then vacuum absorbed on the surface of the mold and formed after cooling. It is mainly divided into two categories: thick plastic sheets and thin plastic sheets. Widely used in automotive accessories, lighting, advertising, decoration, large mechanical housing, display, air to travel, power, bathroom, and other industries.

  2. Injection molding: thermoplastic plastic is injection molded. This method is to melt the plastic material and inject it into the film cavity. Once molten plastic enters the mold, it is molded into a specific shape by cold-pressing the mold cavity. Common products include computer case shell, connector, mobile phone shell, keyboard, mouse, audio, etc.

  3. Blow molding: also known as hollow blow molding, a fast-growing plastic processing method. The tubular plastic parison obtained by extrusion or injection molding of the thermoplastic resin is placed in the mold opening when it is hot (or heated to a softened state), compressed air is introduced into the parison after the mold is closed so that the plastic parison is blown and tightly adhered to the inner wall of the mold, and each hollow product is obtained after cool and demolding. The plastic processing technology for bottles, barrels, cans, boxes, and containers for packing food, beverages, cosmetics, and daily necessities is blow molding.

  4. Extrusion: Extrusion molding is also called extrusion molding in plastic processing and extrusion molding in rubber processing. It refers to a processing method in which materials are heated and plasticized by the action between the barrel of the extrude and the screw rod, pushed forward by the screw rod, and continuously passed through the machine head to make various cross-sectional products or semi-products.