A large number of process parameters (temperatures, pressures, speeds, paths, …) map the injection molding process. They all contribute to the final production of a plastic article. The mutually influencing parameters form a complex matrix of adjustment possibilities. They all have an influence on the quality of the molded part and the economical production.
The process parameters are determined during sampling and are rarely optimized further afterwards. Process optimization guarantees a more stable manufacturing process, improved molded part quality and a more economical production. Manufacturing costs and scrap rates, for example, are reduced by optimization.
In addition to the machine parameters, the injection mold, the material and the human factor also influence the injection molding process. These factors can also be used as starting points for further optimization.
In addition to optimising the machine parameters, our process optimisation also includes the tooling technology. The analysis of the material, the evaluation of the training level and the training of the employees are also part of our overall optimization.