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  • What is Rotomolding

        In recent years, in the plastic process, a very popular way of forming, is rolling plastic processing. Roll molding, also known as rotary molding, rotary molding, is a thermoplastic hollow molding method. Roll molding originated in the 1940s in The United Kingdom, roll molding came out in 188...
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  • What are the advantages of rotomolding?

    Plastic products are generally formed using three processes: rotational molding, injection molding and blow molding. Today, we mainly introduce the rotational molding process, which is also a common production process used to make common plastic products such as Plastic water towers, dosing boxes...
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  • Rotomolded Fuel Tank

    Rotomolding is the preferred method of producing many hollow plastic products used in our daily lives, and is actually one of the fastest growing industries in the plastics industry in the past decade. Unlike other processing methods, the heating, melting, molding, and cooling stages of rotationa...
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  • What is Rotomolding

    Rotational Molding ( BrE moulding) involves a heated hollow mold which is filled with a charge or shot weight of material. It is then slowly rotated (usually around two perpendicular axes) causing the softened material to disperse and stick to the walls of the mold. In order to maintain even thic...
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  • Advantage of Rotational Molding:

    1) Economic tooling costs. 2) One-piece construction. 3) Weight reduction-as compared to most metals. 4) Uniform wall thickness-nothinning in the extremites. 5) Thickness can be varied if required 6) Variety of finishes and color. 7) The ability to produce multi-wall moldings. 8) Design flexibili...
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  • Advantages of rolling products and injection products

    Every time in the injection molding process, materials are directly added to the mold, which makes the materials all enter the product and take out from the mold, and then add the materials needed in the next molding process. When we need to change the color of the product, we will not waste any ...
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