1, The manufacturer of glass wine bottles tells you that when the glass material falls into the initial shaping mold, it cannot enter the mold accurately and rubs against the mold wall too much, forming creases. After inflation, the wrinkles are dispersed and enlarged, resulting in wrinkles on the body of the glass wine bottle.

2, The upper feeding machine’s scissor marks are too large, and individual bottles have scarring on the body after molding.

3, The material of the initial and final molds of the glass wine bottle is poor, the density is not good, and oxidation occurs too quickly at high temperatures, forming small pits on the surface of the mold, causing the surface of the formed glass wine bottle to not be shiny.


4, Poor quality of mold oil for glass wine bottles can make the mold surface not smooth, the dropping speed of the material slows down, and the shape of the material changes too quickly.

5, The initial mold design of the glass wine bottle is unreasonable, and the mold cavity is too large or small. After the material is dropped into the molding mold, the inflation is unevenly dispersed, which will cause the body of the glass wine bottle to appear mottled.

6, The uneven dropping speed of the machine and improper adjustment of the nozzle will make the temperature of the initial and final molds of the glass bottle inconsistent, which will easily produce cold spots in the body of the glass wine bottle, directly affecting the brightness.

7, If the glass material in the furnace is not clean or the temperature of the material is uneven, it will also cause the produced glass wine bottles to have bubbles, small particles, and small roughness.

8, The team machine’s speed is too fast or too slow, which will result in unevenness of the body of the glass wine bottle, uneven wall thickness, and the occurrence of spots.

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