Rapid tooling service ,turn your ideas into a real product

CNC Machining

Why you need rapid tooling services?

  • Sometimes a client is not sure about a product design and will need prototypes of a product to validate this.
  • Need to quickly test out marked with low-volume parts, low cost, fast and efficient manufacturing of injection molded parts makes market testing possible.
  • Rapid tooling can be used with actual production plastic materials, helping customers to get a clearer picture of whether these parts will be up to standard when actually produced, allowing you to test and confirm that you have made the right choice of plastic material.

How to make a Rapid tooling?

There are many different approaches to how to manufacture rapid tools, depending on the part and the requirements, but the general idea is to minimize the time and cost spent on manufacturing. This includes various techniques, for example:

– Using a standard mold base and manufacturing only the inserts;

– Using aluminum or soft steel for faster machining;

– Cutting out additional processes such as EDM;

– Using lower cost components;

– Manual insert;

Why choose Muyoung for Rapid Tooling?

1: Top quality,

Muyoung Mould produces Rapid tooling which can molded products up to the level of mass production moulds. Our Rapid tooling compared to mass production moulds, are cheaper and have a faster production cycle than production moulds, the mold life is about 1K-50K, other requirements include: dimensional tolerances up to customer requirements, no flashes, flat parting line, surface appearance, 

2: Faster T1 samples

Our experienced engineers can quickly complete product analysis and mold design, manufacturing to T1 sample times as fast as two weeks.

3: Cheaper price

We understand that the products are in the testing phase and often have to be modified to after testing; we also charge our customers a reasonable price for mould changes in order to save them money.

4: No MOQ requirement,

No minimum order requirements. We understand small batch solutions benefit all stakeholders throughout the product lifecycle, from design to manufacturing, supply chain and consumption.

Rapid tooling FAQ

As the mold is an initial investment, injection molding makes sense for larger quantities of products, we vary depending on the size, geometry and complexity of the part, our minimum Rapid tooling price is around $1000, Injection molding costs are affected by plastic material and delivery times.

In most cases we can hold mold steel parts to a minimum tolerance of ±0.002 Inch (0.05MM), the tolerances for plastic products can be a minimum tolerance of ±0.002 Inch (0.05MM) too.

Yes, we build the molds and you decide to injection molding in China or on your injection molding machine, anyway the mold is belong to you.

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We will contact you within 1 working day, please pay attention to the email with the suffix “sales@mu-mould.com”

Upload Your 3D /2D Files

We accept the 3D model with file formats: STEP(.stp), IGES(.igs), PRT(.prt),X_T(.xt),STL(.stl), 2D drawing format: PDF、DWG、DXF, The maximum supported file size is 80MB, for large or multiple files, please place into folder and compress into a ZIP or RAF files.

H13 steel is the most widely used and most representative hot work die steel grade, its main characteristics are

(1) High hardenability and high toughness.

(2) Excellent resistance to thermal cracking and can be water cooled in the workplace.

(3) Medium wear resistance, carburizing or nitriding can also be used to improve its surface hardness, but to slightly reduce the resistance to thermal cracking.

(4) Poor secondary hardening ability in tempering due to its low carbon content.

(5) Softening resistance at higher temperatures, but a rapid drop in hardness at operating temperatures above 540°C (1000°F) (i.e. a working temperature of 540°C can be tolerated).

(6) Small deformation from heat treatment.

(7) Moderate and high machinability.

(8) Medium resistance to decarburization.