The toilet seat can be made of one mold or two molds, it decided by your annual needed quantity and plastic injection molding machine tonnage. For some small parts, we can make multi-cavity mold if your annual needed quantity is not so large. Kindly provide us your sample, SWY Mould will discuss with you technical points about molds.
Seat material: PP
Mold material: 718H
Runner system: one tip hot runner
Surface treatment: high polishing
Mold life: 500K
Lead time: 55 days
A toilet seat is a hinged unit consisting of a round or oval open seat, and usually, a lid, which is bolted onto the bowl of a toilet used in a sitting position. A toilet seat consists of the seat itself, which may be contoured forum the user to sit on, and the lid, which covers the toilet. Toilet seats are manufactured in a range of different styles and colors, and they may be furnished matching the style of the toilet itself. They are usually built to fit the shape of the toilet bowl.
The most important thing to be noticed while making a toilet seat mold is the high demand for the product's smooth appearance. Therefore, you are suggested to select better steel for the main body, which is much stronger and durable. Plus the precision process and perfect polishing, the product won’t have any flush which may make customers have an uncomfortable experience or get scratch during the period of using it. Also, the mold use age will be longer.
Tips to improve the mold polishing
Keep your polishing area away from grinding dust and chips. Do not allow it to become a disorganized mess of loose stones and accessories.
2. Separate your stones.
It is amazing that people dump a 220 gritstone in a box or can with a 600 gritstone. Sometimes they even mix up polishing sticks with different grits of the diamond. Let’s see, if you think you are polishing with a fine finish diamond and you get a coarser diamond piece mixed in, what do you think will be the result?
3. Move your polishing area away from grinders and bead blasting equipment.
For some reason, many shops just keep polishing away, right next to the surface grinders. All it takes is one stray piece of grinding grit to ruin your finish.
4. Use a microscope.
Even though it is disheartening to see your work under a microscope, this is the only way to see the tiny scratches and imperfections. Plus, you can avoid rolling edges and damaging critical molding details.
5. Don’t use unskilled help to do skilled work.
Polishing is an art that takes a lot of time to learn. Don’t expect everyone to have the same ability when it comes to fine finishes or detail. Yet this often happens when owners view polishing as a nuisance.
6. Make a chart of the diamond paste colors.
For some reason, some shops never write down which diamond is which grit and mold makers are left trying to figure out the same problem over and over again. Figure it out and make a copy near the diamond compound.
7. Don’t think that “cross-hatching” is some kind of religion.
Sometimes you see people who think you must only polish in one direction for each grit. Horizontal with a 400 grit and vertical with a 600 grit, for example. You can and should go back and forth in any direction you need to, just make sure you end up with the lines in the direction of the ejection-draw polish it. Your speed will dramatically increase once you get over this misconception.