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Published: 4/9/2015

More Standard DT Core Configurations From Roehr Tool Corporation

Roehr Tool Corporation, a pioneer in collapsible core technology, has expanded its line of Dove Tail Collapsible Cores with the addition of new sizes and configurations.

Published: 4/9/2015

CVe Monitor v2 and OnDemand Software Upgraded with More New Features

Monitoring Mold Activity has Never Been Easier

Published: 4/9/2015

Innovative Solutions, Proven Performance at NPE

Progressive Components introduced its Lifetime Guarantee for its patent pending Z-Series Alignment Locks at NPE2015.

Published: 4/8/2015

Common Sense Innovation and Moldmaker Collaboration

As I walked the aisles of NPE last month, taking in all the plastics-related technologies and solutions on display, two obvious trends emerged: logical innovation and moldmaker collaboration.

Published: 4/1/2015

In Search of the Infinite Processing Window

Side-action preload can yield zero core movement during injection and help molders achieve a robust molding process.

Published: 2/1/2015

Molding Very Small Threads and Undercuts Cleanly and Efficiently

New mold component technology helps engineers look differently at how they design small detailed parts.

Published: 12/1/2014

Fundamentals of Designing the Optimal Cooling System

The right mold components can help improve mold cooling and thereby produce higher-quality parts.

Published: 6/1/2014

Reaching the Next Level of Efficient Machining

Clamping devices can help to achieve fast and efficient mold plate and cavity/core insert changes during machining.

Published: 2/1/2014

Achieving Accurate Temperature Control with Your Hot Runner Controller

The right hot runner controller is key to producing high-quality, complex medical parts.

Published: 2/1/2014

The Value of Insourcing and Standardizing Component Work

To become more competitive, this mold manufacturer established a components division to build a growing selection of its own mold components.