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MoldMaking Technology's Top-Viewed October Content: Proper Cleaning, Efficiency and Troubleshooting

The MoldMaking Technology team has compiled this list of the top five items that you, our audience, have looked at the most. Check out these five items from October.

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Photo Credit: CHETO Corp., M.R. Mold & Engineering, Open Mind Technologies AG, Mold Trax, and INCOE Corp. (left to right).

For the month of October, the MoldMaking Technology team has compiled this list of the top five items that you, our audience, have looked at the most. Based on the analytics for pieces published the last 30 days, these are the most popular items. Read them all again or check out something new that you may have missed!

1. How to Use Flushing to Clean Cooling Passages and Heat Exchangers

With more complex tooling, including conformal cooling passages, you should consider alternatives to traditional methods of cleaning. Read about six key questions to ask before investing in a flushing system.

2. ALERT: An Unintended COVID Consequence

Are you experiencing unexpected oxidation and severe pitting on your molds and mold components? Well, it could be due to the additional cleaning the coronavirus has forced upon shops this year.

3. How to Select the Right Programming CAM Software for Directed Energy Deposition in Mold Repair and Modification

Selecting the right programming CAM software improves the use of directed energy deposition to repair and modify tooling. This is an overview of some hybrid AM applications, including mold repair, mold modification and composite molds.

4. Michigan Moldmaker Debottlenecks Gundrilling, Increases Efficiency and Profitability

Swapping three gundrills for two CHETO multifunction machining centers, Paragon D&E reduced setups, operating time, increased profitability and shop safety.

5. How to Troubleshoot "Actual" Hot Runner Controller Temperature

A first-person account of how one technology supplier did not give up until it solved the mystery of a recent part defect.

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