To ensure blow molding product quality, it’s important to have a procedure in place for leak testing the plastic bottles that are produced through the blow molding manufacturing process.
Companies that depend on blow molding manufacturing as a component of business will benefit from knowing what qualities to look for in a blow molding machine manufacturer.
As with any manufacturing procedure, the processes of plastic injection molding can at times require a vigilant analysis and trouble-shooting methodology to ensure efficiency of the operation and end product quality. This article will provide an overview of some of the core components of plastic injection molding processes and machinery and an approach for trouble shooting.
The term “flash” in extrusion blow molding refers to the excess plastic material that remains on the body of a new container after the container has been formed. Though flash is a side-product of the extrusion blow molding process, it can have negative effects to blow molding efficiency as well as to the plastic part or container if not properly controlled.
It’s well understood that quality control is a crucial factor for all manufacturing and engineering practices throughout industry. Without quality control, all aspects of product planning and launch can result in failure. What follows are some of the key issues that must be considered for quality control in a blow molding project.