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Application of In-Mold Decorative Injection Technology in Cosmetic Containers

Volume 5, Issue 3, June 2020    |    PP. 80-89    |PDF (672 K)|    Pub. Date: September 23, 2020
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Author(s)
Chun-Wang Lee, Graduate School of Technological and Vocational Education, Yunlin University of Science and Technology, TaiWan

Abstract
Recently, with the improvement of living standards, cosmetics have gradually become a part of the necessities of life, and are inseparable from life.Due to the increasing consumption demand; the appearance quality and design of cosmetic containers have a great influence on whether products are popular with consumers. In order to achieve a diversified view, traditional cosmetic containers need to be processed after product forming, such as baking paint, electroplating, bronzing, printing, and so on. It depends on a lot of manpower. In addition to increasing production costs and time, these post-processes also have a great impact on environmental pollution.
In this study, the in-mold decorative injection molding technology was used to develop a cosmetic container with a beautiful appearance. Through the injection molding process, the product has the advantages of wear resistance, scratch resistance and color diversity, and enhances the added value of the product. It conforms to the development trend of green manufacturing technology.
●Economic efficiency:
  1. The output value increased by 15%.
  2. The yield increase is 90%.
  3. Reduce costs by 20%.
● Industrial benefits:
  1. In-mold decorative injection technology.
  2. Computer-aided analysis technology.
  3. Mold processing technology.

Keywords
Cosmetic Containers, In-Mold Decorative, Injection Molding, Green Manufacturing

Cite this paper
Chun-Wang Lee, Application of In-Mold Decorative Injection Technology in Cosmetic Containers, SCIREA Journal of Computer. Vol. 5 , No. 3 , 2020 , pp. 80 - 89 .

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