Ejection angle | Article about ejection angle by The Free Dictionary
The angle at which the ejection seat leaves an aircraft. This angle is measured in relation to the longitudinal axis of the aircraft.
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Some parts must be turned in the mold to ease removal when they have a difficult ejection angle
or must pass under or over obstacles such as tiebars and mold slides, explains Dirk Schroeder, general manager of Remak Maschinenbau in Germany.