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Shengfa Mould is a Sino-Japanese joint venture mould manufacturing enterprise located in Taizhou, Zhejiang, the famous Chinese mould manufacturing center in China. As one of the professional

China rim injection molding company and pDCPD injection Molding Services manufacturers

, the company mainly produces injection molds, PDCPD molds (ie. RIM reaction injection molding molds), slush molds, female molds, and blister molds. SMC molds, blow molds, FRP hand lay-up molds, carbon fiber compression molds, etc., which are widely used in automobiles, construction machinery, agricultural machinery, Garden machinery, residential bathroom, aviation, chemical industry and other fields. On the basis of manufacturing plastic molds, the company has invested heavily in the introduction of foreign electroforming Nickel technology (electroformed nickel is the basis of slush molds and female blister molds, electroforming PDCPD molds) research and development of PDCPD molds and slush molds Mould is one of the few domestic companies that produces PDCPD moulds, slush moulds and female blister moulds.
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Popular products

Medical Equipment 3

Medical Equipment 3

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Medical Equipment 2

Medical Equipment 2

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Medical Equipment 1

Medical Equipment 1

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Pedal

Pedal

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Pedal 1

Pedal 1

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Agricultural Machinery Bumper

Agricultural Machinery Bumper

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Heavy Truck Bumper

Heavy Truck Bumper

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Light Rail Accessories

Light Rail Accessories

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Bus Decoration Strip

Bus Decoration Strip

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Slush mould

Slush mould

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Slush mould

Slush mould

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Slush mould

Slush mould

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Customization

We have a strong R&D team that can develop molds according to the drawings or samples provided by customers.

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Advantage

We are the excellent company in China to apply electroforming technology.

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Experience

We introduce Japanese mold manufacturing technology, and the manufacturing experience of PDCPD mold is rich.

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Electroforming Polydicyclopentadiene (PDCPD)

Electroforming is a method of forming complex shapes with high accuracy. The process involves the use of an electrolytic bath that contains a metal a...

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The Benefits of a Custom Mould

The benefits of a custom mould include speed and cost reduction. A custom mould allows for a quicker production rate, which translates into more profi...

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Advantages of Using OEM Molds

OEM Molds are used to produce new parts for a variety of products including automobiles, power tools, and small household appliances. They come in a v...

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The Benefits of RTM Moulds

The technology of RTM Moulds involves the injection of low-viscosity thermoset resin into a closed mould. Under moderate pressure, the resin flows thr...

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PDCPD Mold

The DCPD molding process combines two liquid reactants into a single, fully polymerized part in less than 60 seconds. The two components are pumped in...

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Advantages of a PDCPD Mold

If you're looking for a way to manufacture large, composite fiberglass parts, a PDCPD mold is a great option. Also known as Poly Dicyclopentadiene (DC...

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Electroforming PDCPD Molds

The electroforming process involves passing direct current through an electrolyte containing salts of the metal being electroformed. The electroformed...

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PDCPD materials to help medical industry device development

PDCPD products have an important combination of properties: high impact resistance, high chemical resistance, and high heat deflection temperature (HD...

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What is PDCPD mold?

A PDCPD mold is a formed plastic part consisting of two materials, one liquid and the other solid. They are all formed through a process called ring-o...

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PDCPD Mold

A PDCPD mold is made of aluminum for the most part, and a lot of the time, it's a cast part. There are many different considerations when creating thi...

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What Is a PDCPD Mold?

A DCPD mold is a process that allows the creation of parts with varying cross-sectional thickness. These parts can be unpainted or coated with special...

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Why do you need custom molds?

The most common reason for ordering custom tooling is the need for a specific product. Molds can be used to make parts of any size and shape, and can ...

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