Hisense Mold is a professional manufacturer of injection molds. Supported by our team of expert engineers, we are specialized in the technical research and application of a variety of injection molds, including custom injection molds. Our core technologies for the R&D of injection molding dies include large size moldings, two color moldings, high-gloss moldings, thin-wall moldings, and stack molding technology. The injection molding die production process also makes use of advanced computer aided engineering (CAE) programs, hot runners, gas-assisted injection, In-mold labeling/decoration (IML/IMD) and EROWA automatic processing technology.
Molds for Multimedia Equipment
Hisense Mold can provide a comprehensive set of solutions for multimedia molds. For example, we provide quality molds for the front shell, rear shell, base and plastic casing. We have worked with well-known enterprises, such as Panasonic, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, Toshiba, Philips, Arcelik, Vestel, TPV, Amtran Technology, Loewe, Funai and Polytron.
Molds for Home Appliance Industry
We also focus on the manufacturing and design of custom injection molds for core parts of washing machines, refrigerators, air conditioners and other common home appliances. We maintain cooperative relationships with Panasonic, Toshiba, Hitachi, Mabe, Arcelik, Vestel, Whirlpool, Polytron, Beko, Ebac, Electrolux and Grunidg among others.
Molds for Automotive Industry
Hisense is a major produce of automotive molds. We manufacture the molds used for door panels, bumpers, center consoles, automobile air conditioners, etc. We have provided premium molds for such industry leaders like GM, Peugeot, Renault, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Nissan, Volkswagen, Toyota, Honda, Ford and Great Wall.
Molds for Other Industry
In addition to the products mentioned above, we provide quality injection molds for a number of other industries, including medical and agricultural products, garden machines, pipe fittings, security products and sanitary appliances. Through years of development, we now provide over 1000 sets of molds annually, which are exported to more than 30 countries and regions around the world, like the US, Japan, Germany and France.