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 mold opens, the preform stripper plate rotates 90[degrees] to a vertical orientation, so that the performs can be gripped by a mechanism on top of the clamp that performs part removal and transfer to the blowing station as well as the stretch-blowing action.
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.
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.
On this press, the stripper plate is run by two hydraulic cylinders: one for preform release, the other for extraction.
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.
Stripper-plate actuation must be sequenced so that the cylinders have returned the stripper plate before the ejector plate has returned.
Dura-Blade incorporates sidemounted push-button adjustments and a quick release stripper plate retention system to allow for blade insert changes by removing a single bolt.
The web passes through two plates, a bedplate on the bottom and a stripper plate on the top.
Mate's Ultra B station, featuring a removable stripper plate, combined with relieved stripper, also contributes to Fife's reduced inventory costs.