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What plastic raw material is used for thermoforming?

ABS: ABS is made of acrylonitrile, styrene and butadiene, which is a very hard material. It is light in weight and it can withstand impact and UV (ultraviolet radiation); in addition to this,ABS has excellent elasticity and it is flexibility, it reacts well with glue and paint well, it can work normally at all temperatures and provides a variety colors

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Vacuum forming steps of plastic products

1.Customer provides the 3D drawings or product’s sample. Vacuum forming is one of the common methods of processing plastic materials. From the beginning, we prefer you provide us the 3D drawings or samples of your products. STP, STEP or IGS are the first choices. Of course, DITAI has a professional designer and engineer, if you wish, we can help you

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What Kind Of Defects The Blister Product Have And How To Solve It?

Blister products have applications in many aspects. What are the general conditions for the quality of plastic products? 1.Pulling line: Some undesired line protrusions (not found in the mold) produced during the production of plastic molding, need to re-modify the mold (reduced height and increase the degree of smoothness) and add additional pressure mold (we call it the upper mold)

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What is vacuum forming?

1.What is vacuum forming?Vacuum forming is one of the common methods of processing plastic materials. The main principle is that the flat plastic hard sheet is softened by heating, adsorbed on the surface of the mold by vacuum, and formed after cooling. Vacuum forming originates from the 1930s and yet it remains increasingly relevant today. This process is a simplified

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Ditai’s diary -a vacuum forming plastic manufacturer

In the past 2 months I was working so hard on improving and upgrading our workhouse and office. The motivation of what I was doing is mainly for the idea of providing better working environment for colleagues, better service for clients and products’ quality specially. Specifically, in order to accomplish the idea, so far, I had expended, redecorated and reorganized Vacuum Forming Department: With

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Application and difference between “thick sheet” and “thin sheet” in vacuum forming

In the previous articles, we all know that many plastic products in daily life are made by thermoforming/vacuum forming process. The production principle of all thermoformed products is the same.-heat the plastic sheet in temperature, and then soften it and be absorbed onto the mold surface to shape the plastic products. However, according to the thickness of the product, we distinguish between

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Thermoforming mold materials- advantages and disadvantages

In the articles of the previous few weeks, we learned about the development history and application of thermoforming process and the technology, and we also knew clearly the flow of this thermoforming process and the production process of the product. For thermoforming molds, it also has its history of development. We have also explored and tried to use other materials

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Most often used material in Ditai- ABS

ABS in full title is Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, a light proof thermoplastic polymer. “Thermoplastic” is regarding to the way how plastic material responds to heat. Thermoplastics become liquid at a certain temperature. In the case of ABS, it’s 221 degrees Fahrenheit. There is no serious degradation while they after heated and cooling. Thermoplastics like ABS can be easily recycled due to the property of liquidation. Comparatively, the first heating causes thermoset

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Types and applications of vacuum forming mold

In the articles of the previous few weeks, we learned about the development history and application of thermoforming process and the technology, and we also knew clearly the flow of this thermoforming process and the production process of the product. So now we come to understand one of the links in the process-mold and mold classification and application. Mold materials

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