MMT's February Digital Edition is Available

This month we cover rough milling with solid carbide end mills, portable direct commputer-controlled coordinate measurement, multiple gate nozzles, advanced process cooling technology, and much more.


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This month's technical features take a look at what works in rough milling applications with solid carbide end mills; how portable, direct computer controlled coordinate measurement can streamline processes and reduce inspection backlog; how incorporating multiple-gate nozzles means smaller molds, small presses, a balanced fill rate, reduced residence time, temperature control and design flexibility; and how advanced process cooling technology can optimize mold performance.

Regular departments include a profile of JMMS, a software case study, Under the Scope on understanding the repair task, Keeping Up with ISO reviews changes to clauses 4-6, The Bottom Line breaks down various accounting methods for mold shops and our Tip of the Month share pointers on how to avoid mold reload and rework with machine probes. 

The issue also includes our monthly Gardner Business Index: MoldMaking, End Market Reports on the medical and packaging industries and a Product Focus on hot runner technology.

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