Exploring the: Molds & Tooling Zone



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Gating Revisited
An overlooked factor in injection molding has outsize influence on the process and part quality.
Columns Published: 11/23/2016
Two-Shot Molding and Tool Design
There are a few variations of the two-shot molding process, and each has implications for tool design.
Columns Published: 10/18/2016
A Better Way
A well-run preventive maintenance program can actually help you make money.
Columns Published: 10/1/2016
Solving Issues with Gloss
Your problem may be related to tooling, material, processing, or combinations thereof. Here’s how to find the root cause.
Columns Published: 9/27/2016
TOOLING: How to Select the Right Tool Steel for Mold Cavities
With cavity steel or alloy selection there are many variables that can dictate the best option.
Columns Published: 8/25/2016
TOOLING: Let’s Get Serious About Mold Cooling: Part 2
Some creative thinking with conventional technology, like small cooling lines and bubblers, can generate big improvements in cooling and cycle times.
Columns Published: 7/29/2016
TOOLING: Let’s Get Serious About Mold Cooling
Cooling is crucial to the molding process yet frequently overlooked. Here are some insights to consider.
Columns Published: 6/22/2016
TOOLING: The Tool’s Impact On the Molding Process
Flash, venting, cooling, gating, or sticking problems? Better to fix the tool than distort your process.
Columns Published: 5/26/2016
INJECTION MOLDING: Properly Placing & Cooling Insulator Plates
Thermal-energy management from the mold to the platens is critical for making consistent parts.
Columns Published: 3/24/2016
TOOLING: Hot Runners: A View from the Bottom Up
Addressing hot-runner benefits, improvements, and everyday issues from the perspective of decades of experience with probably every brand on the market. Part 1 of 2.
Columns Published: 2/22/2016

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