Alternative Designations: Polyamide 6 | Nylon 6
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One of the advantages of injection molding plastic is its versatility. The process allows for intricate shapes and designs to be achieved, making it a popular choice for manufacturers looking to create complex parts. Additionally, injection molding is a cost-effective method of production, as it allows for large quantities of parts to be produced quickly and efficiently.
To start the process, the plastic material is fed into the injection molding machine. The material is then heated to a specific temperature until it reaches a molten state. Once the material is molten, it is injected into the mold cavity at high pressure. The molten plastic fills the cavity and takes on the shape of the mold.
After the plastic has cooled and solidified, the mold is opened and the finished part is released. Depending on the complexity of the product being created, additional steps such as trimming and finishing may be required to achieve the final product.
Tough·Resistant to wear and chemicals
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