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Injection Mold VS 3D Printing
Original: | Author: Jasmine HL of DGMF | Publish Time: 2020-01-11 | 7652 Views | Share:
What is the difference between the injection mold and the prototype model?

What is the difference between the injection mold and prototype model

The prototype is generally processed in plastic or metal on a carving machine or 3D printed or re-molded in the form of a few samples or small batch production. The opening of the mold refers to processing the mold first and then using the mold to injection mold the mass production of the product. Generally, use the hand board to confirm to the customer, and then open the mold for mass production.

The prototype is a sample of the product. After your design drawings are published, the finished product is generally not perfect or even unusable. If there is a defect of indirect production, it will be completely scrapped, which will greatly waste manpower and material resources and time. The prototype production cycle is short. With less manpower and material resources, it can quickly find out the shortcomings of product design and improve it, providing a sufficient basis for product stereotypes and mass production.

3D printing: Laser printing is used to add materials to make the prototype. The production cycle is very fast. Generally, it only takes half a day to complete the printing and polishing process. Now metal materials such as stainless steel and aluminum alloy can be printed. The surface of the printed prototype It's rough, but metal printing is expensive.