With a comprehensive range of plastics conversion processing machinery and equipment, PTC is well equipped to conduct research, process analysis and support plastic product manufacturers in the following areas:
Rapid Heating & Cooling Injection Molding Process
Rapid heating and cooling injection-moulding process utilizes a pressurized hot water control system to shorten the heating and cooling cycle time of the mould, resulting in a nearly perfect finish.
The high temperature inside the mold maintains the fluidity of resin and hence prohibits the polymer from freezing during the filling stage. This can avoid undesirable effects such as weldline, warpage, sink marks and different kinds of surface streaks.
Micro Cellular Foam (MuCell) Co-Injection Moulding Process
Incorporating the Micro cellular foam (MuCell) injection moulding technology with co-injection moulding technology. The foam cores produced by Micro cellular foam (MuCell) injection moulding can reduce the density, increase the dimensional accuracy and reduce distortion of the product, while the smooth skins produced by co-injection moulding can hide the rough foam cores and enhance the product appearance.
Micro Cellular Foam (MuCell) Injection Moulding
This process makes use of the physical foaming to produce micro cells of even size distribution. These structural improvements make the product superior to those produced by other foam injection moulding technologies in terms of properties.
Micro plastic parts refer to the parts of plastic content weigh less than 0.1g. This kind of plastic parts is broadly applied in many areas. For example, micro switches, micro motors and sensors, gear wheels inside timepieces, latches and transmission parts have already adopted plastic to replace traditional metal parts. Furthermore, plastic can be also applied to micro optical lens, sensor discs, light guide plates and display panels. Medical device is one of the market that represents high growth potential, typical examples include medical parts which are implanted into body or blood vessels (e.g. audiphones) and the implanted parts made of biodegradable plastics.
Resin blending is a method that mixes two different resins together at their melting temperatures to produce a resin composite of specilized material properties. This process allows to develop the degradable material and enhance the property of the polymer.
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