Abstract: A mold unit for injection molding having an outer frame in two sections is capable of receiving inside molds with flanges. The inside molds with flanges are mounted and removed through the use of pressing mechanisms. The pressing mechanism secures the flanges of an inside mold by the use of a clamp bolt and allows for rotation so that the flange is slidable mounted in a simple manner.
Abstract: A injection metal mold wherein a metal mold body having an article forming section therein and a metal mold fixing frame separately formed from the metal mold body, and on which the metal mold body is fixedly mounted and which is to be mounted on a molding machine body is constituted such that a slide mechanism section for a slide core which is moved into or out of the article forming section of the metal mold body in response to opening or closing movement of the metal mold body is provided on the side of the metal mold fixing frame. Further, a forming section of the slide core is formed as a separate member from the slide mechanism section and is removably mounted on the slide mechanism section.
Abstract: A nozzle touch sprue bushing device for a unit-type injection metal mold which includes a molding body such as a metal mold including an inner mold element which is removably mounted on an outer frame mounted on an injecting molding machine, wherein a sprue bush has a nozzle touch provided at a rear end thereof for fitting with an end of a nozzle of an injecting machine, and has a front end formed in such a fitting configuration as to allow fitting engagement thereof with a material admitting portion of a metal mold.
Abstract: A self-lubricating metallic matrix for injection molding, the matrix having an element having a lubrication requiring sliding wall in which a plurality of receiving holes are formed in such a positional relationship that end faces thereof may be positioned in a partially overlapping relationship with each other in the direction of such sliding movement, and a solid lubricant received in the receiving holes of the element.
Abstract: A slide core mold for injection molding wherein a slider block provided in its front surface with an undercut core is slidably provided on the side of a core mold, a pressure receiving inclined surface provided with guide grooves in opposite sides being provided at the back thereof, projections fitted into said guide grooves are provided on opposite sides at a corresponding position of a cavity mold corresponding thereto, a block body formed in its front surface with a pressing inclined surface in contact with the pressure receiving inclined surface of the back of the slider block is projected, and the slider block is reciprocated in association with engagement and disengagement of the core mold and the cavity mold.