shot capacity

shot capacity

[′shät kə‚pas· əd·ē]
(engineering)
The maximum weight of molten resin that an accumulator can push out with one forward stroke of the ram during plastics forming operations.
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The injection unit was also specified to provide the most flexible solution, offering up to 7750 cubic centimetres shot capacity, coupled with a maximum injection pressure of nearly 2100 bar.
This 160-ton press is available in 1,000/2,000 cc shot capacity models and has an extremely compact footprint on the factory floor, just 131" wide x 162" deep x 166" high.
REP's LSR machine has a 25-oz shot capacity, 175-ton clamp force, and 430 x 510 mm (16.
It has 8mb of memory, a 180 shot capacity and as is common now, it can also be used as a webcam.
ServTek's FlexStar conversion, an innovative means to upsize/downsize shot capacity and jump productivity for injection molding machines, was a cost-effective solution, according to Ed Elling, Molding Maintenance Manager for Intesys.
The two-stage injection unit can shoot its full volume, unlike reciprocating units that are usually sized twice as large as their maximum shot capacity to make up for loss of effective length (back and forth motion).
The design must similarly accommodate the plasticating rate and shot capacity of current contemporary injection-molding machines.
In that 2011 column, I stated that your process should take somewhere between 25% and 75% of the barrel or shot capacity.
The new machine has a central swivelling platen for two-component injection, with shot capacity of 1-6 kg for the first component and 0.
The injection unit has a screw piston type design, with shot capacity of 70 cu.
Shot capacity for the machine varies according to the size of the screw, but can go up to 2 ounces.