Manufacturing & Capacity
In the process designing packaging components, materials are selected
to deliver the functionality and aesthetical appearance of finished products.
The type of material selected dictates the manufacturing techniques.
Various Manufacturing methods are employed in converting raw materials into finished products.
Extrusion Blow Molding
Extrusion molding manufacturing process is selected method of production for product with plastic resin that requires uniform cross sections and continuous hollow length. It is a preferred choice of manufacturing method for Polyethylene.
Stretch Blow Molding
Stretch Blow molding is popular among one piece, hollow objects in large volumes. This perhaps is one of inexpensive run to produce thin-walled containers from Preform mass of plastic, as it heated and inflates it with air, the heater Preform will conform to the shape of its mold. It is the choice method of Polyethylene terephthalate.
Thermo & Vacuum Forming
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Glass Blow & Blow and Press & Blow Process
The process in creating glass containers with a narrow opening starts with a glass parison heated from the furnace and loaded into the cavities of the molding machine in which the parison is formed by compressed air against the mold to form its shape. With the assistance of a Vacuum Process, narrow and large-Mouth application may use the Press & Blow Process in which the parison is pressed against its mold before it is reheated and final blowing process to form its shape. This application is suitable for Type I, II and III.
Injection molding can be expensive for initial investment of mold cost. It is a reliable solution for high quality, high volume production. Once it begins to produce high volume components, it becomes more cost effective than any other molding styles. It is best suited for high volume, intricate parts that requires excellent versatility. It allows for a high level of complexity and customization. Common materials of choice includes high-density polypropylene, low-density polypropylene.