What is an Auto Mould?

An auto mould refers to a mould used in the automotive field, and it is also known as “the mother of automotive industry”.

Auto mould is a general term of moulds that are used for all these parts of a car. For example injection mould, stamping die, foraging die, glass die and so on.

What is an Auto Mould?
Auto mould

They are also known as the general terms for mould that punch all the stampings on the body of a car. More than 90% of parts in automotive production rely In mould forming.

The most basic parts of any car are the engine, fuel system, ignition system, battery, charging system, starting system, cooling system, transmission, steering system and timing belt. Modern cars also usually have on-board diagnostics, an emissions system, electrical systems and dashboard gauges and so on.

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There are about 30,000 parts in the whole vehicle and it can be divided into the automotive engine system part, the automotive body system part, the chassis system part, electrical and electronic equipment, and general-purpose parts according to their functions.

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Types of Automotive Mould

The auto mould which is also known as the automotive mould comes in various types and has specific functions. Below are some of the types of auto moulds we have.

The types of auto moulds are available in different shapes and sizes. We have the;

  1. Plastic injection mould
  2. Metal punch die
  3. Blow mould
  4. Rotational mould
  5. Silicon hot compression moulding
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Uses of Auto Mould

Auto moulds are designed specifically to perform certain functions.

They are used in automotive covers, body systems, seat systems, instrument systems,, and exhaust systems of a car.

The metal parts of the automotive body systems are almost all the stamping parts and automotive stamping parts are the downstream industries of all automotive moulds of any type of vehicle.

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