Tech Trends: Runner Round Up
Take a look at some highlighted hot runner products, which can help your business’s production needs through shortened design and production times, warpage reduction, easy installations, varying levels of user controls and greater application flexibility.
With so much going on in the mold manufacturing industry, it can be easy to miss an announcement of the latest products and services from MoldMaking Technology’s comprehensive list of supplier companies. Keep in the know about recent mold building technology with a review of several recent product releases. This week, we look at some highlighted hot and cold runner products, which can help your business’s production needs through shortened design and production times, warpage reduction, easy installations, varying levels of user controls and greater application flexibility.
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