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Developed in partnership with Linear AMS (a Moog company), TruCool solutions from Milacron’s DME brand are highly complex mold cavities, cores and components with conformal cooling channels produced using direct metal laser melting.
Hasco’s Z11 guide bush has no shoulder, making is suitable for use when there is no supplementary mold plate for axially securing the bush or if the plate in which the bush sits makes an additional demolding movement, as in the case of molds with st...
RJG’s 6-mm cavity pressure sensor is designed for high-cavitation molds with small, tightly packed ejector pins.
Omegasonics’ nonhazardous OmegaSupreme ultrasonic cleaning detergent is designed to effectively remove oils, light grease, dirt, grime, carbon and other contaminants from a wide variety of metals, including stainless steel, titanium and carbon steel...
Tungaloy Corp. has expanded its DrillMeister series of interchangeable-tip drills to include diameters of 6.0 to 9.9 mm (available with TID-type drill bodies of 1.5D, 3D, 5D and 8D) for small-diameter hole making in a variety of materials.
Husky Injection Molding Systems’ Ultra Helix 350 valve-gate nozzles were designed to come as close as possible to zero gate vestige performance, significantly improving part quality.
With an ejection stroke ranging to 100 mm, CUMSA’s DR16 offers the smallest rack size of the company’s Double Rack (DR) series of lifters, allowing release of undercuts ranging to 33 mm.
Meusburger E 1820 flat and E 1840 round latch locks are designed for controlling and secure locking of the floating plate in three-plate molds.
HRSflow’s Three Layer Tip, Pressure Block and Thread Safe Kit are hot runner components designed to optimize injection molding processes and simplify routine maintenance.
Thermoplay’s DL-8B and DL-1B nozzles are designed for edge-gate injection when injection points are located in critical positions and the shape of the part to be molded requires use of a small tip.