Modern automobile rear bumper mould generally adopts injection molding process, and then spray paint or skin texture treatment. As a spray paint part, to ensure consistency with the body color and paint surface quality, the spray system must be considered when selecting materials. For example, North American body paint mostly uses high-temperature baking systems. When selecting materials for rear bumper mould, consider selecting materials that can withstand high-temperature baking. ; As a leather texture part, special consideration must be given to whether the color and weather resistance of the raw material meets the design requirements when selecting materials.
Automotive rear bumper mould is used on the outside of the car body to protect and beautify some appearance parts of the car body. It requires both protection and beauty, such as front and rear bumpers, spoilers, grilles, trim strips, side skirts, and mudguards. Board etc. Rear bumper moulds in automobiles are mostly non-metallic parts.