Injection Molding: Tiny Cavity-Pressure Sensor Shrinks Further
At the K 2019 show in Düsseldorf Oct. 16-23, Kistler will display an even smaller version of its ultra-compact cavity-pressure sensor, model 9239A. The new version of this non-contacting sensor has a 2.5-mm front contact surface, trimmed down from 3.0 mm previously.
New technology to debut next month at NPE warns when preventive maintenance is needed, before equipment failure disrupts production.
There won't be many blown-film lines running, but there is still much in the way of innovation going on in extrusion and compounding.
In plastic injection molding, the primary objective is to manufacture dimensionally and structurally consistent parts, independent of the molding machine being used.