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1875 Blackacre Dr.
Oldcastle, ON N0R 1L0 CA
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Our unscrewing devices provide time and cost gains in moldmaking while reducing production costs for the injection molder by giving reliable, trouble-free service. EXAflow offers the devices as single-drive and twin-drive units. We use a powerful hydraulic motor for rapid unscrewing action, flexibility of right and left-hand thread demolding, our design supports long thread depths, is suitable for volume production requiring minimal maintenance and retrofitting of existing molds is possible. EXAflow hydraulic unscrewing devices are precise, sturdy, and cost-efficient.
Introducing a new line of "Economy" date and recycle inserts, in addition to the Cumsa range of inserts, DMS offers one of the broadest ranges of inserts in the industry. The "E" series inserts are interchangable with other manufacturers' inserts. "E" series date inserts are front removable allowing for quick and easy changes from the parting line and are made from 420 stainless steel to withstand temperatures up to 300*F. Size range from 4 to 20mm. The new Recyle Inserts come with a tapped hold so that can be located in the tool or installed with simply a press fit. Made of 420 stainless steel, sizes range from 8 to 20mm.
DMS has a product range of over 12,000 precision standardized components for use in the injection molding and die casting industries. We've been serving our customers for over 50 years with offices in three countries and a host of distributors in all parts of the world. DMS has consistently been a market leader in new product development and prides itself on being first with innovations that have benefited moldmaking worldwide. We are looking forward to serving you from our new North American headquarters located in Oldcastle, Ontario.
DMS has a product range of over 12,000 items, and products include mold bases, ejector pins, core pins, sleeve ejectors, blade ejectors, leader pins, bushings, tapered interlocks, sprue bushing and locating rings. Complementary products include unique mechanisms such as, date stamps, gating inserts, hot runner systems, heating and cooling, and mold polishing items, mold plaques & die/identification tags.
There’s no letup in development of sophisticated hot-runner nozzles and controls. Here’s news in these and other tooling products at the show.
High-viscocity nylon 6 grades for flexible packaging to be produced here by DSM.
Tooling innovations at NPE focused primarily on multi-cavity closure and medical applications, though there was also a substantial emphasis on large automotive and appliance parts.
Most of the emphasis is on valve gating and on doing more in less space. Other highlights include standardized mold components, some impressive feats of moldmaking creativity, and advances in mold simulation.
Mold-components supplier DMS North America, Oldcastle, Ont., has opened a new office in Hong Kong and a distribution center in Dongguan, China.
Flow of melt to individual mold cavities in a family or other multi-cavity mold can be selectively blocked or opened with a new Sprue Adjuster device from i-Mold Molding Innovations GmbH in Germany (distributed here by DMS, Oldcastle, Ont.). The device allows molders to shut off feed to a cavity producing defective parts, avoiding the need to sort out rejects.
New at the recent MoldMaking Expo in Novi, Mich. (sponsored by our sister publication, Moldmaking Technology) was a new line of mini tunnel-gate inserts said to be the smallest on the market.
New date-stamp inserts for long runs and a new easy-to-install barcode insert come from DMS, Windsor, Ont.
Two new series of dating inserts are made from 420 stainless steel to withstand mold temperatures up to 300 F.
A new line of tunnel-gate inserts that allow the injection point to be positioned where desired-even deep inside a molded part-comes from DMS (North America), Old Castle, Ont.
Mold components supplier DMS (North America) has moved from Windsor, Ont., to a new 10,000-sq-ft building in Oldcastle, Ont.
Closer cavity spacing, in-press serviceability, improved valve gates, smarter controls, quick-ship standard manifolds, and Internet e-commerce were leading themes in hot runners at the big show in Chicago.Hot-runner components were one of the largest categories of injection molding products exhibited at the triennial NPE show in June.
From complete hot halves to individual nozzles, a host of new products promise smaller gate vestiges, less maintenance, better temperature control, and lower cost.