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Take you through troubleshooting common problems with injection molding machines

2023/03/30 By 兰兹

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If you have ever wondered how to solve a problem with injection molding machines, today’s class content will be helpful to you. Injection molding machines are complex and sometimes encounter some problems. Today, our class covers some of the most common problems in injection molding machines. If you have a problem that is not in this article, you can let us know by email!

The injection molding machine won’t start

If your injection molding machine doesn’t start, there are a few things you can do to troubleshoot the issue.

Check the power supply: The first thing to check is whether the machine has enough voltage. If you don’t have enough voltage, it may not be able to run correctly or at all. This usually occurs when using extension cords or when a portion of a long cable line has excessive resistance. In this case, you’ll need to replace them with shorter cables and higher-quality extensions to not overload them with too much current drawn from multiple devices plugged into one outlet simultaneously. You should also ensure all outlets are working correctly before hitting anything!

Check temperature levels: You should always keep an eye on how hot or cold things get inside each chamber while they’re running because this could affect how accurate parts come out once done being molded together by melting plastic together under high-pressure conditions during injection molding processes like blow molding machines used for making bottles from recycled soda bottles; however most notably here.

And check pressure switch settings: Ensure that no changes have been made since the last inspection- just kidding! But seriously though…now’s probably not too soon either.”

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The injection molding machine won’t stop

If your injection molding machine doesn’t stop, check the pressure switch:

Check the hydraulic oil level. If it’s low, add more fluid and see if that fixes your problem.

Check the hydraulic oil filter and replace it if necessary. This can help reduce wear on other components over time by filtering out particles from entering them during operation.

And check whether there are any leaks in any of the hoses leading from or supplying pressure to the pump (or vice versa), as this would cause an excessive loss of fluid and thus prevent proper operation of both devices involved in stopping/starting processes–namely, those mentioned above!

The injection molding machine can’t hold the pressure

The first step to troubleshooting a problem with an injection molding machine is to check for open or shorted wires. Next, you should make sure all connections are tight and secure. Any air leaks in your system will be detected by the pressure switch on your machine, which will shut down the engine until they are fixed.

If you’re having trouble holding pressure, it could be due to clogged filters or dirty seals/gaskets that need replacing. Another possibility is that worn seals or damaged parts were not replaced during maintenance checks.

The injection molding machine is noisy

If your injection molding machine is noisy, it could be due to any of the following reasons:

The motor is running too fast. If the engine isn’t running smoothly, it will make much noise. You should check the speed control settings and ensure they are at normal levels. If they are not, adjust them accordingly so that your machine runs at its best speed without making any unnecessary noise.

There may be leaks in one or more components of your system. Check these components individually and together. If there’s no leak when everything is connected, but there,e is one when only one part is connected without another nearby component, that would indicate where your problem lies!

Your mold may have developed some cracks or breaks over time – this can cause air pockets inside, which causes vibrations during injection, which results in extra noise being produced due to increased vibration levels around those areas where air pockets form within molds which make up most parts out there today thanks mainly due to advances made over time by manufacturers worldwide since the 1970s onwards when prototypes were developed using basic materials such as steel sheets etcetera.”

Solve some common problems by yourself

You can troubleshoot some common injection molding machine problems by yourself.

If the machine doesn’t start, check the power. If it’s on and everything looks good, but you’re still not getting any response, try resetting your circuit breaker or flipping off/on any switches that might be nearby. And if this doesn’t work either, call someone more experienced than yourself!

Check for any blockage in your line when troubleshooting an issue with stopping or pausing during a cycle. If so, remove it and continue with your process as usual until the completion of that particular step before moving on to another phase/step for things to go smoothly later down the line when working with multiple processes at once – otherwise known as “batch processing” where multiple molds are produced simultaneously under one roof without having any downtime between them.”

After today’s explanation, please do not hesitate to contact a professional if you are unsure what is wrong with your machine. They may be able to help identify any issues before they become too expensive or time-consuming to fix!

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