Vira Sanat design unit, after receiving information about the presented product, proceeds to draw the initial geometric design of the product in such a way that in this process, the specifications obtained from the applicant, including volume, weight, desired geometric shape, etc are received initially designed in accordance with the technical requirements of the basic engineering in the manufacture of plastic injection products. Undoubtedly, providing such a level of customer service is not possible without the support unit of the facility and its powerful after-sales service unit in terms of technology, extensiveness and variety of available parts. A brief look at Vira Sanat’s loyal customers and observing the most well-known activists in the field of trade and industry among them, shows the credibility and position of this leading and knowledge-based brand among the country’s industrial and commercial centers and the great power of Vira Sanat in providing Proves complete customer satisfaction.
At this stage, after the initial approval of the design, the product is 3D printed with the SLA method so that more initial studies can be done on the product before starting to make the mold.
Vira Sanat design team, considering the high experience and skill regarding plastic containers and products and considering the world standards, designs products with maximum strength and minimum thickness and weight. One of the skills of the collection is in designing thin-walled containers (Thin Wall).
Technical analysis of the product
Among the important activities of the engineering design unit is the analysis of the product production process in the injection machine with Moldflow and Ansys software.
Before starting to design the mold, due to the need to observe the quality of the product in thin-walled containers, based on the information, the stress on the product, both during consumption by the customer and during storage, is examined and analyzed before the product enters the market was assured of its mechanical strength.
At this stage, from the various designs drawn, a design with the minimum possible thickness (minimum material consumption) and the highest resistance to mechanical stresses (dynamic and static) is selected.
In some cases, it may only be necessary to strengthen the thickness at the points prone to failure, and there is no need to change the entire container.