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Forming principle and precautions of silicone prototype model

by:Tuowei     2019-09-27
2014-07- 10 12: 34

molding principle and precautions of silicone prototype model HY- 570 is liquid that flows. No matter what color it is, the quality is constant. Component is liquid that flows, and component B is curing agent. First handle the molded or copied products, take a certain amount of gel, and add 2- The curing agent of 3% can be used after mixing evenly, 2-The mold can be solidified in 4 hours. The silicone prototype model has no deformation, no shrinkage, high temperature resistance, and can be used repeatedly after mold molding. It provides convenience for rapid prototyping and copying of products, and the shrinkage rate of products can reach 2, it is mainly used for prototype model and small batch copy products. 1. The prototype model of silica gel is used on small products or products with fine patterns. The mold should be made with silicon-soft silica gel. This is because the precise and small products are easily damaged during the demoulding time, so soft silica gel must be used to make the mold. 2. If you are copying large products or making large products, you must use silica gel with large hardness to make molds so that the products made are not deformed.

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