Extrusion plastic blow molding works by having molten plastic poured into a water-cooled mold. As soon as the molds are closed, air is run into the container, blowing the plastic into the desired shape of the mold. The mold is removed once the plastic has cooled, leaving the desired product.
Advantages to Extrusion Blow Molded Plastics
Although extrusion blow molding is simplistic, it still has major advantages. These benefits include a larger variation of container/neck shapes and sizes. Even handle-ware can be made.
Extrusion blow molds are far less expensive and can be produced significantly quicker. With these types of molds, they altogether have a higher rate of production, low cost of tools, and a variation of machines.
Western Case’s manufacturing facility for plastic blow molding has the ability to turnaround small and large orders for production. Our machinery makes for low cost production and efficiency.
Process of Extrusion Blow Molding
The plastic is first melted down into a liquid state. Once this is done, it is then placed together between two molds. The plastic is then filled with air to make it inflate until it reaches the molds. After it cools, a new mold has been made.
Contact Plastic Blow Molding Company, Western Case
Western Case strives to produce the highest quality plastic blow molding for our customers. With our commitment to high quality and attention to inspecting products, we ensure we meet the requirements needed for your products. Contact Western Case at 877-593-2182 of email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get a quote.