What Elements Should Be Considered in Table Mould Design
Every product needs a good design before it can be planned and processed. Of course, most people are most concerned about some actual situations that should be considered during the overall design of the Table Mould. After all, the environment has become the most important product in the table mould processing industry. However, while these actual processes are being processed, what factors should we specifically consider.
In the process of overall processing of table moulds, innovative parts must be selected according to their own actual conditions. Generally speaking, the mechanical processing performance is relatively good. Products that are especially easy to cut can be selected, and varieties of parts with higher precision can be obtained after processing. In this case, the polishing performance is relatively good. It is suggested that when selecting these table moulds, we had better look at their original actual conditions because, from the current situation, the working surfaces of these parts will be different and all need polishing to meet the requirements of a mirror surface.
During the overall processing of the table mould, the structural design of the concave film should also be considered, because these different structural designs will form various outer surfaces, however, these different structural designs can also be divided into various different styles, such as integrated, embedded, locally embedded, large-area embedded and various different splicing modes.
Even the table mould, in the process of overall processing, also involves the cooling system, because the cooling system in the design, to ensure that the number of cooling water holes as much as possible, and the whole aperture as much as possible, in addition, the cooling water channel should not pass through the original embedded place, at the same time, to prevent the phenomenon of water leakage through this way.
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