Cinpres Gas Injection Inc.

Contact Information

Please visit: Cinpres Gas Injection Inc.

Mailing Address:
PO Box 521
Whitmore Lake, MI 48189 US

Phone: 734-449-8301
Fax: 734-449-8331

Product Categories of Cinpres Gas Injection Inc.

  • Gas & Water Injection Systems
  • Mold/Tool Design and Analysis Services

As seen in PT

  • Injection Molding at NPE 2003

    Show goers will see an electric injection machine in nearly every press maker’s booth this year, and electric/hydraulic hybrids in several.

  • Gas Assist Works for Thermosets and Smaller Parts, Too

    The first gas-assist injection molding process for thermosets, and the use of gas assist for molding smaller parts were two new areas explored in papers presented at the 13th International Molding Conference and Exhibit held in February in New Orleans.

  • Gas-Assist Controller Gets an Upgrade

    Programming software for the top-of-the line gas controller from Cinpres Gas Injection Inc., Whitmore, Mich., has been improved for greater ease of use and operating efficiency.

  • Nanocomposite Foams Unveiled At SPI Processors' Conference

    One of the industry’s first uses of nanocomposite foams for strong, lightweight composites was introduced at April’s 2007 Plastics Parts Innovation Conference of the SPI Alliance of Plastics Processors (APP) in Memphis, Tenn. (The APP was formerly SPI’s Structural Plastics Div.) Other news highlights of the meeting included one of the first uses of external gas-assist molding in the U.S., a new use of direct in-line compounding of long-fiber thermoplastics (D-LFT) to make glass-mat thermoplastic (GMT) sheet, and a unique one-piece automotive grille guard with a molded-in chrome tube. Lighter, stronger foamsNanoclays and carbon nanotubes from 5 to 10 nanometers thick have been incorporated into foams of PVC, polystyrene, and polypropylene in a collaborative project called the Center for Multifunctional Polymer Nanomaterials and Devices (CMPND) at Ohio State University.

  • Melt-Oscillation Molding Enhances Part Properties

    Research into a new melt-oscillation approach for injection molding has yielded a means of enhancing mechanical properties without use of fillers or additives.

  • Dual Gas-Assist Techniques Advance Large-Part Molding

    A novel combination of internal and external gas assist is the secret to injection molding a large panel that is both structural and requires a highly cosmetic surface.

  • Water Injection Molding: It's All Coming Together

    Commercial applications in hollow-part molding with water—or water and gas—are starting to accelerate. They are driven by recent enhancements of process technology, equipment, and materials.

  • New Processes Give Automotive Molders An Edge in Cost and Productivity

    Car makers' all-out effort to cut costs is giving rise to new paint-free technologies, including an innovative 'simultaneous-shot" injection molding process that was presented at the SPE Automotive Division's latest annual Innovation Awards ceremony.

  • Three New Ways to Cut Costs Highlight Injection Molding Conference

    New approaches to injection molding reduce costs by saving material, eliminating secondary operations, and allowing use of smaller presses.

  • Two New Ideas for Injection Molding Unveiled at ANTEC Meeting

    A new method of coinjection molding dissimilar materials was presented at this year's SPE Annual Technical Conference in San Francisco.

  • Injection Molding Technologies Advance At Structural Plastics Show

    A simpler approach to in-mold film decorating was one new injection molding capability presented at the SPI Structural Plastics show and conference.

  • Sitting Pretty on New Technology

  • Water Injection Molding Makes Hollow Parts Faster, Lighter

    Water-assisted injection molding is the newest way to mold hollow or partly hollow parts.

  • NPE Newsfinder: Injection Molding

    The abundance of injection molding news at this year’s show is staggering.

  • The New Dimension in Mold Simulation

    Keep an eye on the increasing prominence of so-called “3D” mold analysis. Two vendors of simulation software from Europe and Asia think it’s the best solution for a big proportion of injection molded parts. Established U.S. suppliers aren’t so sure. In any case, the capabilities of both 3D and standard 2.5D simulation are expanding rapidly.

  • Electric Machines and New Processes Catch Fire

    The October show in Dusseldorf saw an onslaught of new all-electric and hybrid-electric presses, with modular designs, new clamping styles, and new sizes available from an ever-growing range of suppliers.

  • External Gas Molding Squeezes Out Sinks

    External gas injection is finally getting molders’ attention as a means to improve part surface quality. Two different approaches are available for licensing. Here’s a look at the processes, the potential benefits, and the commercial players.

  • The abundance of injection molding news at this year’s show is staggering. There are more and bigger all-electric machines than ever, including first-time introductions by several suppliers. Electric technology is also taking new forms, such as beltless drives and “direct-pressure” clamping without a toggle. Energy-saving electro-hydraulic hybrids are also evolving.

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