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.
When constructing the punching tools, care must be taken that they match exactly to the injection mold.
Mold mount Altanium controls can be easily mounted directly on an injection mold, saving expensive floor space and improving the reliability of the mold.
Variations reported by the MPT in table 1 might cause significant variation in injection mold filling.
Injection molds packaging, automotive, appliance, and electronic parts.
The company offers several mechanisms of interest to injection molders wishing to automate their processes, including systems that involve automatic feeding, orienting and placing inserts into injection molds at high speeds.
For Specialty Manufacturing, lead times can be as short as four to six weeks and tooling costs for some large parts can be as much as 75% less than for injection molds.
Engineers and builds injection molds for thermoplastics in appliance, electronics, housewares, medical, agricultural, and automotive markets.
Before building any injection molds, be certain you investigate the possibility of a cold runner or a wasteless system.
Design and construction of prototype and low-volume injection molds, specializing in zinc-alloy (kirksite) and aluminum tooling.