mold base

mold base

[′mōld ‚bās]
(engineering)
The assembly of all parts of an injection mold except the cavity, cores, and pins.
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There's also a new mold-base assistant configurator that provides not only standard configurations but allows the user to configure a customized mold base in as little as 2 min--said to be unique in the world.
Featured with built-in file translator, user-defined mold base, and automatically-generated BOM, ZW3D assists engineers to get the entire design done in a single and streamlined environment, allowing complex jobs done at an unprecedented speed.
Precision machining is said to create the key on the head of the pin to hold the pin in place, eliminating damage to the parts being molded or even to the mold base itself.
Figure 2 shows the location of the strain gage rosettes on the movable half of the mold and modular mold base unit.
You can select a standard mold base or define a custom one.
The industrial environment at Mold Base can be severe and demanding.
Next, the screws required to secure the mold plates are configured and positioned according to catalogue information supplied by the vendor of the mold base.
In addition, the alliance will enhance D-M-E's mold base and component offerings to customers around the world.
A conductive spacer sleeve around the sensor inside the insert interfaces with a metal contact element on the surface of the mold base (see photo).
The company says that a patented quick-lock feature allows removal and servicing of the core unit while the mold is still in the press, and the DT Core's compact design allows for tighter cavity spacing, which results in the ability to use a smaller press or to add more cavities versus a comparably sized gear and rack mold base.
Unique design solution for mold builders, 2-Stage Ejectors combine cut-to-length adaptability to varying mold base sizes and plate thicknesses with internal installation to avoid interferences with water line connectors and externally mounted components.