OEM & ODM
Starting from your requirements, Yu Ching's R&D team will conduct research and collaborate with yours to design and propose effective suggestions and solutions, significantly reducing the development timeline.
We offer a one-stop service that includes customized mold design, manufacturing, and final packaging and shipping. This eliminates the need for clients to select different companies for manufacturing different product lines, saving communication time and creating the highest level of competitiveness for our clients.
Yu Ching possesses professional and technical knowledge in blow molding and design manufacturing, enable to provide excellent products to our clients. We specialize in producing various shapes and complex blow-molding products, and our skilled team utilizes advanced technique to ensure that each product meets the highest quality standards and complies with client specifications. Our services are customizable to meet the needs of each client, and we work closely with our clients throughout the process, aiding from design to processing to ensure complete satisfaction.
We understand that both designing and manufacturing products are equally important, which is why our experienced design engineers utilize the latest software to help you create economical, efficient, precise, and functional blow molding designs.
Yu Ching is dedicated to delivering excellent blow molding services and becoming a trusted partner for clients across industries. Please contact us to learn more about our blow molding capabilities and how we can assist you in achieving your goals.
Differences between Blow Molding and Injection Molding
Blow Molding Production Process
02. Plasticization and Extrusion
The plastic is heated to a temperature within the plasticity range. The machine extrudes the plastic into a parison and closes the mold, covering the parison.
03. Blow Molding
High-pressure air is injected into the parison, causing it to inflate and cling to the mold's interior, forming its shape.
04. Mold Release after Cooling
After the plastic has cooled, the mold can be opened, and the finished product can be removed.