11/17/2017

Flat Ejectors Have Tight Dimensional Tolerances for Flash-Free Production

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Flat ejectors Z4656 and Z4655 from Hasco have either two or four corner radii over the full length of the ejector blade.

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Flat ejectors are suitable for areas of injection molds like ribs or bars. The new HASCO America, Inc. flat ejectors have particularly tight dimensional and shape tolerances. Hasco says they permit optimum functioning of the mold and the flash-free production of injection moldings.

To ensure that they can readily reach the corner geometries of wire-eroded holes, the Hasco flat ejectors Z4656 and Z4655 have either two or four corner radii over the full length of the ejector blade. The ejectors enable a wide range of solutions for the functional demolding of plastic articles from injection molds. The flat ejector Z4655 has a corner radius of 0.2 mm on all four sides. The Z4656 has two corner radii, and it is suitable for segmented cavities.

Hasco flat ejectors are available ex stock in all sizes and can be mounted straightaway without requiring any adaptations. For a longer service life with elevated wear protection, Hasco offers versions Z4650 and Z4651 with a DLC coating.

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