Injection Blow Moulding Process        Blow Moulding Process

The blow moulding process, in comparison with injection moulding, is a low pressure process with typical blow air pressures around 25 to 150 psi. There are several different types of blow moulding.

Specifically designed to facilitate the replacement of metal components with polymers (and other composites), the compression moulding process is a method of moulding in which a preheated polymer is placed into an open, heated mould cavity. The mould is closed with a top plug and pressure is applied to force the material to contact all areas of the mould. Throughout the process heat and pressure are maintained until the polymer has cured.

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