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PARALLEL DESIGN
DESIGN FOR MOLDABILITY IS A VIRTUAL SEMINAR FEATURING OVER 30 ANIMATIONS ... COPYRIGHT ©1999-2002 PARALLEL DESIGN. WARNING: this website is protected by ...
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moldability 101
MOLDABILITY 101. A PLASTIC PART MOLDABILITY DESIGN RESOURCE. The mission of this site is to help plastic ... INJECTION MOLD BASICS. -MOLD STANDARDIZATION ...
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parting lines
The term parting line is a bit of a misnomer. Perhaps the term parting surface would be better. Many plastic part designers seem to have difficulty ...
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slides-d
Locking hydraulic cylinders are used when undercuts occur in the cavity side of the tool. This is a situation that the savvy part designer will avoid if at ...
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parting lines
The term parting line is a bit of a misnomer. Perhaps the term parting surface would be better. Many plastic part designers seem to have difficulty ...
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FLAWS_AND_DEFECTS
Try to guess where knitlines will occur and how different gate locations will .... Incomplete adhesion occurs along the knitline and causes a weak point in ...
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shrinkage
To determine the proper shrink rate for a given polymer the tooling engineer must consult the manufacturer of the material. Shrinkage varies not only with ...
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PARALLEL DESIGN
DESIGN FOR MOLDABILITY IS A VIRTUAL SEMINAR FEATURING OVER 30 ANIMATIONS ... COPYRIGHT ©1999-2002 PARALLEL DESIGN. WARNING: this website is protected by ...
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shrinkage
To determine the proper shrink rate for a given polymer the tooling engineer must consult the manufacturer of the material. Shrinkage varies not only with ...
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draftangles
What is the correct draft angle? Industrial designers want 0.0 degrees, mold designers want 45.0 degrees... use the following as a guide. ...
 
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