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Taizhou Ruijie Molding Co., Ltd.

RJ Mould is one reliable and professional mould manufacturer in China. Our product line covers bucket mould, crate mould, chair mould, preform mould, cap mould, automotive mould etc.
The factory was established by first crew of mould engineers who started making moulds since 2000.
At RJ Mould, we provide customers with one-stop solutions from product design, mould design and manufacturing. We use UG / CAD / CAM/ CAE for mould and product design. Our factory has various CNC machining centers, milling machines, CNC engraving Machines, electric spark(EDM), wire-cutters and other equipments.
RJ Mould has a strong moulding technical team to make sure to provide our customers with high quality mould and competitive mould price.
Our moulds and products were already exported to over 20 countries, such as America, France, Italy, Romania, Ecuador, Ghana, Japan, Vietnam and so on.
RJ Mould focuses on quality, on-time delivery and after-sale service.

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What Is Bucket Mould?
A bucket mold is a type of mold used in manufacturing to create plastic buckets. It is a form or shape into which molten plastic material is poured, and then allowed to cool and solidify. The mold is typically made of metal, usually steel or aluminum, and consists of two halves that fit together to form the shape of the bucket. When the plastic has cooled and solidified, the mold is opened and the bucket is removed. The mold is then used again to create more buckets. The process of creating plastic buckets using a mold is known as injection molding.
Use of the Bucket Mould
Bucket moulds are typically used in the manufacturing process of plastic products. These moulds are made of metal or other durable materials and are designed to shape melted plastic into the desired form of a bucket. The use of bucket moulds allows manufacturers to create large quantities of consistent, high-quality buckets in a relatively short amount of time.
The process of using a bucket mould typically involves the following steps:
1. Heating the plastic material: The plastic material is melted in a large hopper or extruder and is then fed into the bucket mould.
2. Filling the mould: The melted plastic is poured into the mould and fills the cavity.
3. Cooling and solidifying: The mould is then cooled to allow the plastic to solidify and take the shape of the mould.
4. Ejection: Once the plastic has solidified, the bucket is removed from the mould, usually by ejector pins or by opening the mould.
5. Finishing: The bucket may then undergo additional processes such as trimming, painting, or labeling before it is packaged and shipped to customers.
6. Bucket moulds are a key component in the efficient and cost-effective production of plastic buckets, and their use has helped to revolutionize the manufacturing process for this product.
Features of the Bucket Mould
A bucket mold is a tool used in the plastic injection molding process to form plastic into the shape of a bucket. Here are some features of a typical bucket mold:
1. Cavity: The cavity is the interior space of the mold where the melted plastic is injected and forms the desired shape. Bucket molds typically have one or more cavities, allowing for the production of multiple buckets in one cycle.
2. Runner System: The runner system is the channel through which the melted plastic flows from the injection machine into the cavity. The runner system is usually designed to have a balanced flow of melted plastic to ensure an even filling of the cavity and reduce the risk of defects.
3. Ejection System: The ejection system is responsible for removing the finished bucket from the mold. This is usually done with the help of ejector pins and a stripper plate.
4. Cooling System: The cooling system is crucial in the molding process as it helps to solidify the melted plastic and retain the desired shape of the bucket. A well-designed cooling system ensures that the mold cools evenly and at a controlled rate.
5. Material: Bucket molds are typically made from hardened steel or aluminum and must be able to withstand the high temperatures and pressures involved in the molding process.
6. Precision: Precision is an important factor in bucket mold design as it affects the dimensional accuracy and surface finish of the finished bucket. High-precision molds use advanced manufacturing techniques to ensure consistent and accurate results.
7. Customizability: Bucket molds can be customized to meet specific requirements such as the size, shape, and design of the bucket. This allows for the production of a wide range of bucket designs for different applications.