|Product Name:||Plastic Injection Mold||Type:||Series Mold|
|Cavity:||1*2||Core/Cavity Material:||1.2343/1.2311/SKD61,S136,P20,H13,738H ...|
|Surface Finishing:||Polishing||Runner System:||Cold Runner|
|Standard:||HASCO||Raw Material:||POM Or Nylon|
High-end Engineering Plastic PEEK material suitable products
High temperature High performance
|Size||Depends on customers requirement (2D/3D)|
|Function||Mold for special material,PEEK,PEI etc,high temperature and high performance|
|MOQ||Small order accepted|
|Brand||Canon, Epson, Brother, Sony, Tyco, Audi, Honda, Toyota and Flextronics, Fuji Xerox, HP, JST, Kyocera, Panasonic, BMW, Sanyo, ZTW|
|Mould||Type||Prototype mold and series/production mold|
|Injection||Cold runner/hot runner(Moldmaster,YUDO,INCOE,HUSKY,MOLD-TIP,other|
|Cycle life||500k~1000k shots|
|Service||One stop service||Design- Mockup- Manufacturing- Assembly|
CAD/CAM technical platform and perfect engineering data switching system which enable us to have elastic choices to offer service to our customers.
DXF, DWF, PRT, SAT, IGES or STE format for mold design and layout
|Mockup||Rapid laser mockup /CNC mockup process|
|Manufacturing||Prototype mold,production mold,plastic parts production|
Latest precise detecting instruments
Well trained and skillful inspectors
Timely feedback to manufacturing department
High yield rate and timely delivery
SAMPLES SHIPPED BY FEDEX,DHL,TNT,UPS
Sea or air shipment for Mold/mass production
FORWA works with a wide variety of materials in our injection molding processes. One of the most useful, versatile and popular of the injection molding resins we use is PEEK (polyether ether ketone). This unique thermoplastic is ideal for medical applications, and is well suited to a number of other uses as well.
PEEK exhibits superb mechanical properties, and is highly resistant to chemicals and thermal degradation, which makes it very desirable for many plastic injection moldings. It holds up well against high temperatures and long-term liquid submersion, and is very durable in harsh environments. PEEK makes an excellent reinforcement material, providing great tensile strength and low weight.
Though it is a very popular engineering material for injection molding, PEEK is also very difficult to work with. It must be heated to very high temperatures, temperatures at or above the highest range of most injection molding machines. Stack Plastics has the advanced machinery needed to work with PEEK in all our plastic injection molding processes. Our expertise in injection molding PEEK for medical devices and other applications is unparalleled.
PEEK melts at a relatively high temperature (343 °C / 649.4 °F) compared to most other thermoplastics. In the range of its melting temperature it can be processed usinginjection moulding or extrusion methods. A San Francisco company demonstrated for the first time the technical possibility of processing granular PEEK into filament form and 3D printing parts from the filament material using fused deposition modeling – FDM (or fused filament fabrication – FFF) technology. In January 2016 a German startup, located in Karlsruhe, presented a PEEK filament for producing medical devices up to class IIa. With this new filament, it is possible to use the FFF method for different medical applications like dentures.
In its solid state PEEK is readily machinable, for example, by (CNC) milling machines and is commonly used to produce high-quality plastic parts that are thermostable and both electrically and thermally insulating. PEEK is often considered a high-end engineering plastic, such as delrin, PTFE or nylon.
Contact FORWA to learn more about how we can use PEEK in your injection molding projects.