ABS Injection Mold
ABS is a cost-effective engineering thermoplastic. It has a good surface appearance. ABS injection mold is FDA and U.L. grades available and ultraviolet light sensitive.
Because of that, there’re many advantages of ABS injection mold are found by Five-Star Tooling.
- A lower-cost
- Excellent chemical resistance
- Excellent load stability
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Application of ABS Injection Mold
ABS injection mold has properties that make it a helpful plastic mold in many industries like medical devices, electrical and electronics, hardware, enclosures, business machines and computer housings, industrial parts, appliances, automotive and so on.
But it’s not recommended for food applications. ABS can withstand high temperatures and high impact situations and has good mechanical and electrical properties.
And it can also stand standard injection molding, thin-walled, thick-walled parts, and structural foam molding, for it’s tough and versatile.
About ABS Injection Molding
ABS refers to acrylonitrile butadiene styrene. It’s one of the most common thermoplastic polymers and also one of the most commonly used materials in injection molding.
ABS is known for its high impact resistance and toughness to scratching and rigidity with excellent dimensional stability.
It also works pretty well in conjunction with metal coatings because of their being able to adhere strongly to ABS.
Besides, the fact that ABS melts in low temperature and it’s an inexpensive material makes it popular in mechanical and electrical applications.
ABS injection molding has excellent tensile strength and stiffness. ABS injection mold has good machinability. ABS injection mold has very good dimensional stability.
ABS injection mould has high stability under load. ABS injection mold has very good heat resistance. ABS injection mold has good dielectric properties.
ABS injection molding maintains characteristics and performance in extreme temperature. ABS injection mold has excellent ductility.
ABS injection mold is creep-resistant. ABS injection mold can easily alloy with other polymers.
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