5/17/2013

Unscrewing Devices—Superior Die Set, Booth 223

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Threadformer™

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Superior Die Set will showcase its Threadformer™ family of unscrewing devices. The Threadformer™ is a versatile yet simple core unscrewing system, which utilizes a powerful hydraulic motor and a fixed mechanical dead stop to achieve remarkable core positioning accuracy in a compact package, the company states. These made-in-the-USA machines are built to last with a rugged design that facilitates high production runs with minimal maintenance.
 
Superior also supports its product with full technical support, providing 3D and 2D models as well as design assistance free of charge. The units are capable of unscrewing thread diameters ranging from 10-32 up to 80mm and thread lengths up to 70mm with the standard units. The flexible range of unscrewing units consists of three primary models all available in single or twin core variants, including a unique right angle unit capable of internal core cooling. The Threadformer™ can be adapted to the majority of lower cavitation requiring threaded core applications. Superior can also provide the threaded core along with the unit, taking yet another hassle out of unscrewing molds.
 
Superior Die Set will be at amerimold 2013 in Booth 223. Register today!

 

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