Estimated ejection force formula From the book "Injection Mold Design Engineering - David O. Kazmer", Estimated ejection force is calculated by using formula: Feject = µfric . cos (draft) . E . Ctermoexpand . (Tsolid - Tejection) . Aefect . The same could be used for slide calculation force. From this you can see
INFLUENCE OF INJECTION MOLDING PROCESS CONDITIONS ON PLASTIC PRODUCTS Plastic material The complexity of the properties of plastic materials determines the complexity of the injection molding process. And the performance of plastic materials varies greatly because of different varieties, brands, manufacturers, and even batches. Different performance parameters may lead to completely different molding results.
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Cost Analysis of plastic injection mold Rapid Plastic Injection Mold Cost Calculation Mold price = materials cost + design cost + processing cost and profit + VAT + tryout cost + packing and shipping costs The typical ratio is: Materials cost: materials and standard parts proportion are 15% - 30% of total cost; Processing cost