GMORS mold design can be roughly divided into three categories:
1. General compression molding
2. Injection molding
3. Transfer molding
Compression molding is suitable for the most common types of rubber molded products on the market such as O-rings, Washers, U-cups, Gaskets and other similar products. The method is to place the rubber pre-form material into the molding cavity, and then through the application of heat and pressure force the viscous rubber material into the mold cavity to complete the molding of the rubber product.
Injection molded rubber products have sink marks on the surface. Common injection molded rubber products include dust seals, rubber corrugated sleeves... and other products. The principle is to first soften the rubber material through a heating process, improve its fluidity, and then inject it into the mold cavity by pressing and pushing to complete the molding of the rubber product.
Compared with injection molded rubber products, transfer molded rubber products have less obvious sink marks. Commonly used transfer molded rubber products include rubber and metal composite parts, cable sleeves, duckbill valves and so on. This kind of mold design has the characteristics of both compression molding and injection molding. In transfer molding, the material is first positioned into a chamber or pot and then squeezed into the heated mold cavity by means of a plunger through multiple openings called gates.
Advantages of GMORS Mold Process:
1. In house mold design team and own mold processing factory.
2. Mold life expectancy of at least 50,000 cycles.
3. The mold cavity plates we use, which determine the service life span of the mold, are superior to others in the industry.
4. We use the most advance high-precision CNC mold processing machine.
5. We have the capacity to offer large molds sizes to meet the demands of customers in terms of product prices and expedited delivery.