Injection blow molding is one of three manufacturing processes used to form hollow plastic into viable finished products. In the injection blow molding process, a manufacturer produces a large quantity of hollow bottles, jars, and a host of other narrow and wide-mounted products. In this case, polymer gets injected onto a core pin, which then rotates to a blow molding station. There, the mold gets inflated and cooled.
Current trends reveal exciting injection blow molding advantages, taking this machine market to a new level. Already a process used to manufacture a broad range of products, advances in the technology make this an excellent solution for more industries and applications. With this method, cutting-edge machines promote a higher level of productivity, meaning that with forward-moving techniques, manufacturers can produce a larger quantity of products in less time.
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