Blow molding manufacturers are not hard to find. What is difficult is knowing which ones offer excellent services at affordable prices. Especially when it comes to the blow molding machine process, the machine’s caliber makes all the difference in the world. Follow the provided tips to separate the good from the not so good.
Unlike more traditional molding processes used for manufacturing milk jugs, motor oil containers, water bottles, and so on, accumulator head blow molding is for making large plastic containers, often with thick walls. The design of the accumulator blow molding machine, which includes a ram, programming rod, manifold, flow divider, pressure ring, core receiver, and mandrel stem, is what accomplishes this goal. Continue reading
When it was first introduced, the stretch blow molding process made it possible for various industries to offer customers more innovative plastic products. For the plastic manufacturer, this revolutionized its capabilities. A perfect example of this is the soda bottle. Initially, manufacturers made single serve bottles. However, that soon changed to 64 ounces thanks to the stretching process. Continue reading
Compressed air is one of the primary components of the PET stretch blow molding machine. It is what helps stretch and form the plastic bottle, container, or jar required by the customer. For one thing, inaccurate pressure would fail to stretch the product as needed. As a result, you would waste a significant amount of time, resources, and money producing inefficient products. Continue reading
Without question, the demand for superior extrusion blow molding machinery has hit an all-time high. However, the trends for the extrusion blow molding process in the next few years makes these machines even more exciting. They are used by industries around the world for manufacturing standard and uniquely designed plastic bottles and containers, and there are some exciting developments on the horizon. Continue reading