injection mold


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injection mold

[in′jek·shən ‚mōld]
(engineering)
A plastics mold into which the material to be formed is introduced from an exterior heating cylinder.
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Custom injection mold bases and machining services, standard injection bases, cavity sets, plate items, and self-lube components.
Complete line of standard and custom injection mold sets, including stripper, tri-plate, cavity-retainer, compression, and quick-switch sets.
Taiwan company offers injection mold design, moldmaking, and mold trials with parts inspection.
Has a high-technology injection mold manufacturing facility utilizing robotic automation in manufacturing cells.
When constructing the punching tools, care must be taken that they match exactly to the injection mold.
The pads can be removed from the injection mold with a handling device mounted on the machine.
Injection molds packaging, automotive, appliance, and electronic parts.
Injection molds parts for the automotive and cosmetic industries.
Engineers and builds injection molds for thermoplastics in appliance, electronics, housewares, medical, agricultural, and automotive markets.
Corver Engineering, Detroit, MI, specializing in the design and construction of injection molds and hydroform dies, has achieved QS-9000 TE compliance, and has been registered by Entela.
Shot sizes up to eight pounds or more are available, as well as platens supplied to accept other brands of injection molds, according to the company.