MMT's May Digital Edition Is Now Available

This month we look at how simulation of both the induction heating and injection molding processes can optimize cycle time and final part results; how normal vectors are not always the best choice for milling complex mold surfaces; how hard-coating provides benefits that make aluminum tooling an attractive alternative to steel, how tool center point management streamlines five-axis programming and setup, and much more.

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This month we look at how simulation of both the induction heating and injection molding processes can optimize cycle time and final part results; how normal vectors are not always the best choice for milling complex mold surfaces; how hard-coating provides benefits that make aluminum tooling an attractive alternative to steel, how tool center point management streamlines five-axis programming and setup, and much more.

Other topics include: social media, cost management, profile of Superior Tooling, a software case study, a repair case study, Pellet to Part (P2P) on mold cooling, speical Amerimold Expo Exhibitor Product Focus, MoldMaking Business Index, Automotive/Transportation and Consumer Products end market reports and our tip on 3D machining with demo video.

Click here for our digital edition.

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