clamping pressure

clamping pressure

[′klamp·iŋ ‚presh·ər]
(engineering)
In injection and transfer-molding of plastics, the pressure applied to keep the mold closed in opposition to the fluid pressure of the molding material.
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A compressometer accurately measures pressure to the gluing area, and the clamping pressure chart (left) provides general guidelines for clamping pressure with woods of low, medium and high wood densities.
An injection molding machine has seven main functions that use energy: plastification, barrel heating, platen movement, injection, clamping pressure, ejection, and barrel retraction.
With more than 44 tons of clamping pressure, the forming station can generate up to 75 psi of pressure to ensure part quality.
Tenders are invited for procurement of raw material, manufacturing, heat treatment, testing, inspection, guarantee, packing and delivery of snout clamping pressure setting tool
Its' companion MDA-L (not stainless) also provides a screw-down facility so that the door clamping pressure may be adjusted manually on each occasion.
27) investigated effect of clamping pressure on workpiece inaccuracy in turning operations.
4 million in new equipment there are now 50 injection molding machines at the facilities that range from 20 tons to 720 tons of clamping pressure.
In addition, clamping pressure lock-in, a standard feature, is said to improve the Ecodrive's efficiency.
The addition of the newest molding presses brings the company's total number of presses to 42; the machines provide a range of 20 tons to 720 tons of clamping pressure.
Hydraulic tool holders utilize hydraulic pressure in a chamber surrounding the tool shank to create clamping pressure that can be quickly applied or released.
4 Carbon black 60 60 Aromatic oil 4 4 Moid temperature ([degrees]C) 150/160/170 150/160/170 Clamping pressure (MPa) 3.
Their rings were good-looking and unique in one respect-BKL claimed they would hold a scope on a recoiling spring-piston air rifle by clamping pressure, alone.