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  • Injection Molding vs. Blow Molding: What Is Right For You?
    Injection molding and blow molding are the two most popular ways to produce high quality, cost-effective plastic parts and products, but both are used for different applications and have different requirements. Do you know the difference?
  • Putting The Right Spin On Rotational-Molding Designs
    New developments let rotational molding compete with injection or blow molding. Computer-generated color renderings help rotational molders finalize designs. The use of 3D models boosts productivity and helps create drawing views and cross sections that simplify the job of building patterns
  • Now aluminum tools can replace steel in high-volume molding
    A plasma electrolytic oxidation (PEO) process from transforms aluminum tool surfaces into a chrome-free complex ceramic composite. This lets aluminum tooling replace steel in molding processes ranging from less aggressive blow molding and vacuum forming, to injection and resin-bonded sand core
  • An Investigation Into the Problems Associated with Extrusion of Reground LDPE
    on line or may in fact be inherent to the process itself as in many injection, blow molding or thermoforming operations (7).
    . The Tek-PEARLite FlipFlop concentrates are formulated for homopolymer polypropylene (PP), clarified PP, polyethylene, transparent poly-styrene and flexible PVC. They are suited for injection or blow molding and conventional extrusion. Leco Plastics Inc., Hackensack, N.J., extruded decorative belts
    of impact strength, heat resistance, flame retardance, and platability. Most natural ABS resins are translucent to opaque, and they can be pigmented to almost any color. Grades are available for injection molding, extrusion, blow molding, foam molding, and thermoforming. Molding and extrusion grades
  • Mold Materials - Optimizing Aluminum Tools - 10/09
    Using aluminum tooling for injection molding is not an entirely new concept. Initially, prototype molds were most commonly made out of aluminum, although the automotive industry has used it for years and it has slowly been gaining popularity with companies outside the automotive realm. More
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    has developed a two-component mold for syringe plungers, thus eliminating assembly operations. Metal-injection molding is touted by another company as a time-saving technique for the high-volume production of intricate metal components. On the equipment and tooling front, a continuous vacuum forming

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