ejector half

ejector half

[ē′jek·tər ‚haf]
(metallurgy)
The movable half of a casting die.
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Concentricity tolerance was held by having both the cavity and the core in the ejector half of the die, thus eliminating the parting line tolerance.
Excessive contact area makes the hot half of the mold grow larger than the ejector half, which can cause binding on the leader pins (especially on new molds that are not "worn in"), as well as contributing to molding problems such as part warpage and longer cycle times.