The ceramic insulator mold is transferred to the powder in the mold during the process of production by the pressure of the liquid medium. The friction between the powder and the mold wall is small, the force of the blank is uniform, and the density distribution is uniform. The pressed blank is encapsulated in an elastic rubber mold, sealed and placed in a high-pressure cylinder, and the green body is pressed and formed by liquid transfer.
The cover of the ceramic insulator mold is very reasonable in the process of designing and does not leak water. When used, the blank is formed and the service life is long, including the fixture for processing the blank, which can be customized! There is a quantity of steel molds for free.
Tungsten and molybdenum industry uses various rubber molds, molybdenum rod molds, molybdenum plate molds, molybdenum head molds, non-standard rubber molds, molybdenum belt molds, round mold diameters of 16-730mm; various board molds.
Ceramic insulator mold application:
1. Structural parts ceramics: powder molding, high hardness, the mold is divided into upper mold, lower mold, concave mold, and some perforated products will require a mandrel.
In order to improve the service life and the consistency of the product, the working part of the die and the mandrel should be made of tungsten steel as much as possible. The shape of the upper and lower molds is simple to produce a product with a large output. Tungsten steel can also be used. If the shape is too complicated, especially at the end face of the mold. Complex, try to use mold steel to facilitate processing.
2. Electronic ceramics: powder molding, according to different products, the compaction density will be different. Most of the small products are solid small round wafers. There are more than 20-station rotary presses. The mold structure is: upper mold, lower mold, concave mold.