||Top clamp plate
||To connect the compression mold with the hydraulic equipment during compression molding.
||Thermal baffle/Thermal insulation board
||In order to avoid the temperature transfer to the pressure equipment and damage other hydraulic components. Also to reduce the heat loss during working time, save energy during compression molding.
||A steel device to mold a molding material into a certain shape, another section in compression mold that different from core plate, generally refers to the front side, is always with a sprue bush, which is the entrance for molten fiberglass.
||A steel device to mold a molding material into a certain shape, the section in compression mold that is engaged in opening / closing movement is called a core plate, generally refers to the rear side, will always leaves a trace on a part as it has an ejector pin to push the part.
||Stop block/Arresting stop/
||To prevent the mold from closing especially when material is not enough for sufficient molding, protect the surface of compression mold.
||Guide pin/Guide pillar/leader pin
||Provide vertical guide to cavity and core before mold is closing, as an preparation work to ensure good condition so that verticle guiding plate can work better during compression molding.
||Verticle guiding plate
||Provide accurate vertical guide to avoid any laterodeviation when mold is closing, necessary accessory to keep better precision control for compression molding.
||Core Pulling System
||Provide auxiliary molding for partial areas which are not in the vertical demolding direction, such as the side opening during compression molding.
||Spacer parallel/Supprort block/Spacer block
||To increase the height of the mold, leave more space for Ejection System for better compression molding.
||Pushing Your Parts Around,Ejector pins are the bouncers of the injection molding world. They apply a force to eject a part from the mold after compression molding is finished.
||Provides a backer plate for retaining the Ejector, Return, and Sprue Pins during compression molding. The underside of the Ejector Plate is where the Knockout Rods from the Press touch, and make the Ejector sub assembly move to eject the part(s)
||Ejector pin cover plate
||Plate next to the ejector plate, connect with ejector pin, return pin, used for fixing the ejector pin when compression molding.
||Make the material in a liquid state under high temperature when compression molding.
||Return pin/push-back pin
||Necessary components for compression mold, to return the entire Ejector Sub assambly to th ehome position. If Return Pins were not utilized, the ejector sub assaembly would be returned via Ejector Pins, this would damage the end of the ejector pins and would alter the appearance the part.
||Bottom clamp plate
||To connect the mold with the hydraulic equipment during compression molding, same as top clamp plate.
||Fix components to get a final compression mold.