Understanding the plastic molding
Today plastic is a material or material that can not be separated from human life, as a material that is very easy to obtain, practical, lightweight and of course it’s obviously modern. Almost in all sectors/areas of life, we can always find goods made of plastics for example as packaging materials/packaging for drinks and food, household appliances, electronics, chemicals even in automotive industry. In the meantime, you should take a look at the recommended triple-c as well.
Apart from the difficulty of recycling plastic materials to be more environmentally friendly, plastics are of considerable construction material, so that plastic has so far been studied about their properties, their material structures, their strength to withstand forces, heat and other chemical properties. Similarly, continued to search for or find new materials/material by conducting researches, to meet the needs of the demands on construction material is a better alternative and more competitive.
Understanding Plastic molding
There are two kinds of plastic materials that we know are:
Thermosetting, the yarn material will undergo chemical changes (chemically) when it is heated, and will also change shape. For example phenol formaldehyde, melamine formaldehyde, alkyd, silicon, epoxy etc.
Thermoplastic, the material will be soft when heated, and will harden when cooled, and will be softened again by giving it hot again. For example polystyrene, styrene-butadiene, polyvinylchloride, polyethylene, nylon (polyamide), polyacetate etc.
Of the two kinds of plastic material mentioned above, then to process it into a shape that we want for a certain construction needs, there are several ways that will be referred to as Plastic Molding.
Generally, what is meant by Plastic molding is the process of forming the work with certain embodiments of the compound material (plastic/compound articles) by using the auxiliary tool in the form of mold or mold, which in its implementation uses heat treatment and pressure.