The precision injection molding machine can be roughly divided into two parts: mold and taker. When we want to inject a certain product, we must first inject the melted plastic liquid into the mold with pressure to make the plastic liquid evenly distributed in the mold. After the plastic liquid is cooled, it will form the desired shape. Open the mold and use Take the product out. There is a thimble on the take-out device, and the taken-out product can be put down into the product chamber. This completes a product injection.
However, in actual production, some plastic particles may remain in the mold due to some mechanical collisions or other reasons. If these particles are not removed in time, these particles are likely to break the mold during the next injection production.
In order to solve this problem, we need to clean up the remaining plastic particles in the mold in time. But how do you know when particles are left in the mold?
We can install a real-time monitoring system above the precision injection molding machine. The system uses the camera sensor to photograph the two stages of injection molding production, and automatically controls the motion of the precision injection molding machine based on the comparison between the photographed image and the benchmark map. It solves the problem that the mold is easily broken by the residual plastic particles in the traditional injection molding production process.More about:Injection Molding Machine