Monthly Archives: April 2016


plastics manufacturing

By |2016-04-29T12:10:42+00:00April 29th, 2016|plastics manufacturing|

Injection molding is a major part of the plastics manufacturing industry and is a big business worldwide, consuming approximately 32 wt% of all plastics. It is in second place to extrusion, which consumes approximately 36 [...]

Design of the Molded Part

By |2016-05-14T06:21:52+00:00April 28th, 2016|injection molding|

Design of the Molded Part The following factors can significantly influence the design of the molded part: Flow properties of the melt, Solidification behaviour, Pressure transfer in the cooling-down melt, Molecular and fiber orientation, Shrinkage [...]

Injection Molding

By |2016-05-14T06:28:24+00:00April 22nd, 2016|injection molding|

Injection Molding In contrast with compression molding, this method is the most widely used for the forming of thermoplastic materials. With some modifications for a quicker adjustment of the temperature, some thermosetting materials, especially formulated [...]

Alignment of Components

By |2016-05-14T06:32:29+00:00April 21st, 2016|injection molding|

Alignment of Components Examination of Fig. 1  suggests some of the alignment problems encountered in assuring that the core rods are concentric to their respective cavities. It is usual practice to utilize individual cavity blocks [...]

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