The custom aluminum metal birthday number candle molds packed in cartons.
1 - 10
To be negotiated
quantity of number candles in one mold
Q: What candle molds do you supply?
A: We supply aluminum metal candle moulds, silicon rubber candle molds and polycarbonate candle molds.
Q: What metal candle molds do you supply?
A: We supply aluminum metal candle molds. These molds are split molds, and are great to produce number candles, alphabet candles, flower candles and party candles with delicate surface designs.
Q: I know that aluminum candle molds for the production of pillar candles. Are you sure that your molds can make flower candles?
A: Yes. Our aluminum candle molds are different from the traditional aluminum molds. We use AutoCAD software to design the mold. After the mold design is approved by our customers, we use state-of-art CNC engraving and milling machine to produce the mold.
Q: What aluminum do you use to make the molds?
A: We use 6061 aluminum alloy as raw material. 6061 is a precipitation-hardened aluminum alloy, containing magnesium and silicon as its major alloying elements. It has good mechanical properties, and is commonly used for the construction of aircraft structures.
Q: Why are your aluminum candle molds in two halves?
A: They have to be split molds. The one-piece mold is only able to produce candles with smooth surface finish.
Q: How can I remove the seam line of candles?
A: You can use a knife and an old nylon sock to remove it.
Q: Are your aluminum candle molds better than silicon rubber candle molds?
A: Yes, they are better than rubber molds in 3 ways.
1. The usage life of aluminum candle molds is 100 times longer than that of silicon rubber molds.
2. The prototype of high-quality commercial silicon rubber candle molds are made with AutoCAD software and CNC engraving and milling machine, too. Then the manufacturer applies rubber on the prototype to make silicon rubber candle molds. Our aluminum candle molds are directly processed with AutoCAD software and CNC engraving and milling machine.
3. Silicon rubber molds are afraid of stearic acid, so you can not use them to mold stearic acid candles. Aluminum molds can work with any wax.