stripper plate

stripper plate

[′strip·ər ‚plāt]
(engineering)
In plastics molding, a plate that strips a molded article free of core pins or force plugs.
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When the stripper plate advances, the sucker pin is withdrawn from the well and gravity pulls it out of the stripper plate.
5 Sequence Of Plates To Be Machined: ORDER PLATE I CORE PLATE [4] II CAVITY PLATE [3] III TOP PLATE [1] IV BOTTOM PLATE [9] V CORE BACK PLATE [5] VI STRIPPER PLATE [2] VII EJECTOR PLATE [7] VIII PARALLEL BLOCKS [6] IX EJECTOR BACK PLATE [8]
The stripper plate functions can be programmed via the Selogica machine control system.
This condition exists for molds such as large stripper plate or stack molds and causes heaving, with loads transferred to the leader pins alone, and they can't handle the weight.
There are many types of mold designs--two-plate, three-plate, stripper plate, cam action, hot runner tools, cool runner tools--and a variety of gating methods.
A wiper arm or stripper plate is available to simplify cleaning.
Smoother and faster cycle rates are achieved with the addition of VFDs on the stripper plate and layer hoist.
A steel brush set replaces the stripper plate used on the earlier model, resulting in longer tool life.
A side unscrewing action with a non-rotating center core forms the four prongs, with a stripper plate on the 'B' side.
A stripper plate carries the layer of cartons from the load zone to the pallet stack.
Dura-Blade incorporates the advantages of Wilson Tool's HP line, including side-mounted push-button adjustments and quick release stripper plate retention system, which allow for blade insert changes by removing a single bolt.
As the slices emerge, they are guided between the slicing knife and stripper plate before entering circular knives where they are cut into strips.