core rod

core rod

[′kȯr ‚räd]
(metallurgy)
The part of a die used to make a hole in a compact.
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There are several further varieties of mixing tea pitcher, including fruit infusion flavor pitcher and tea and fruit infusion pitcher with ice core rod. Based on material, iced tea pitchers are available in plastic and glass make for visibility of contents.
The gear die assembly has been assembled from top to bottom as shank, punch holder, punch, die cavity with ejector gear and core rod, top base plate, two vertical plates and bottom base plate.
Intended for industry novices and investors, this guide describes the design of an injection parison mold and core rod for producing plastic containers, the injection blow molding tooling, and the components of both three-station and four-station machines.
As preforms are injection molded, their design geometry must take into account constraints such as core rod demouldability from the inside preform and preform demouldability from its cavity.
In other CGP news, the company introduced Leak-Loc, a bottle and cap combination molded with core rod technology featuring a snap-down effect.
The preform, still on its core rod, is then indexed to a blow station where the preform is inflated against a split mold wall.
The primary challenge was construction of tiny core rods that would maintain concentricity within less than 0.002 in.
Other than backburns, Gerg says the company is using the Makino primarily to burn IDs in dies, face detail punches, detailed OD punches, and core rods. "With tool changes, it can take us quite a while to set up a job.
The mold mounting design of the machines is adjustable, so that either the preform or core rods can be conditioned.
In searching for an optimum material, the firm tried flame-plated tool steel and chrome-plated core rods with less than satisfactory results.
Features include a magnetic clamping system for the lower die set, carbon-filtered blowing air, stainless-steel core rods, electric parts extraction, and a mold area and conveyor enclosed with a pressurized, laminar flow of HEPA-filtered air.