unit die

unit die

[′yü·nət ′dī]
(metallurgy)
A die block having more than one cavity insert and allowing several different castings to be made.
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* Tooling: The latest from DME includes new Master Unit Die (MUD) aluminum quick-change insert molds and precision large mold bases (with plate lengths up to 1.5 x 2.3 m) from recently acquired Tirad in the Czech Republic.
So to reduce the overall part count, they took advantage of this commonality by using the master unit die (MUD) tool concept, where standard prefabricated bases are inserted with custom core/cavity units.
In this week's episode three critically-ill patients in an Intensive Care Unit die after being injected with a drug that had not been prescribed to them.
Stellar hot runners offer flexibility in molding various small-part sizes, especially when combined with a master unit die quick-change frame and insert system, according to the company.
If q is defined as the volumetric flow rate per unit die width at the die exit, for a thin liquid sheet emanating from the coat-hanger die with perfect flow uniformity, the dimensionless volumetric flow rate per unit width q/([Q.sub.0]/[L.sub.D]) should be equal to unity.
Realizing family molds for each trap were not the answer, Johnson's mold-maker suggested combining D-M-E standardized hot runner technology with a Master Unit Die (MUD) molding system for a quick-change, hot runner molding setup.
The lateral flow uniformity of the composite polymeric liquid film can be represented by the flow rate per unit die width q(y).
Lynch continued firing at the Iraqis even after she sustained multiple gunshot wounds and watched several other soldiers in her unit die around her, said the official.
here q is the volumetric flow rate per unit die width in the slot section.
Supplies tooling for quick-change systems of Master Unit Die products.
The components are stocked at the Master Unit Die (MUD) machining facility at 1117 Fairplains St.