ejector plate

ejector plate

[ē′jek·tər ‚plāt]
(engineering)
The plate backing up the ejector pins and holding the ejector assembly together.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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You can clean a good portion of the pins with the mold still in the machine by advancing the ejector plate fully forward.
The problem I see is the shell is so small that when it is ejected or extracted there will be just a bit ofroom for the small case to move to one side when the slight pressure is applied from the extractor or ejector plate. This movement to the side could cause the plate to slip past the rim.
As with Super Products' 16-yard and 10-yard Mud Dog[R] hydro excavators, the 1200 relies on the company's exclusive ejector plate technology to provide fast, thorough and safe debris unloading.
Rear section with complete interrupted thread assembly for buffer to lock onto and center section with grip mounting holes intact and ejector plate in place.
The firm's test method employs a cup-shaped mold equipped with an ejector plate containing an electronic sensor, and utilizes PC-based software capturing 1,000 data points per second.
The left ejector (#283) and right ejector (#284) are retained in the block by a left retainer plate (#285) and ejector plate right (#289), both of which are secured by ejector plate screws (#290).
Explaining the development of the Bell ejector body, which is currently being patented worldwide, Staniland says that several design concepts are in existence, with the traditional method incorporating an ejector plate that is moved rearwards to eject material through an opening tailgate.
Plus, there are holes that have to be drilled into the core plate and the ejector plate. "There are 18 different operations that are all nested into the fact that you chose a 1/16-inch ejector pin," Pleasant said.
The typical ejection system consists of a set of ejector pins actuated altogether through an ejector plate by the hydraulic drive of the injection molding machine [3].
This includes return and ejector pins from the front and backside of the die and the ejector plate carrier bolts, as well as leader pins, angle pins and bushings.
Descriptions and nomenclature are also critical; settle on standard identifiable names like air cylinders, bushings, ejector plate, goosenecks, sensors, etc, that are universally recognized within that business segment.
The machine will retract the ejector plate; there will be no indication to the machine that anything is wrong.