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Published: 6/1/2012

Advanced Prototyping for Threaded Parts

A look at a modular tooling standard designed to help cost effectively develop caps and closures to be either stripped out of the mold or use a collapsible core.

Published: 6/1/2012

Calculating the Benefits of Standard Slides

Design flexibility, time savings, engineering support and design assistance are great benefits to moldmakers from standard components.

Published: 6/1/2012

Standardizing Short- and Long-Run Production

New hot sprue bushing technology makes it possible to replicate the full hot runner system for low-volume production.

Published: 5/21/2012

Fully Committed to Zero Stock Machining

Milling critical mold surfaces to final size (or even a “tenth” undersize) literally leaves no margin for error. This takes absolute confidence in every aspect of the machining process, as well as absolute confidence that the results are...

Published: 4/1/2012

Simplify and Streamline

Technology suppliers discuss how equipment speeds time-to-market.

Published: 3/19/2012

Mold & Die Components

IMS Company (Chagrin Falls, OH ) offers an assortment of wear plates, ejector pins, bushings, parting line locks, and several other types of components for the plastics processing and metal stamping industries.

Published: 12/8/2011

Larger Inventory of DIN Metric Pins

Responding to customer requests, DME Company, a leading manufacturer of mold technologies, recently expanded its stock of DIN Metric Pins, Sleeves and Blades. The company now offers 9 times more inventory than it did previously, with all parts in st...

Published: 11/1/2011

Simple Strategies for Providing Value-Add to Your Customers

Five technology solutions to consider that have advantages for both the mold manufacturer and its customers.

Published: 9/1/2011

Strategic Partnerships Solidify Automotive Niche

To further strengthen its reputation as a leading innovator in the marketplace, Proper has recently formed strategic alliances with German company KrausMaffei and Woburn, MA-based Trexel Inc.—two vastly different organizations with their own s...

Published: 8/1/2011

Selection Process for Stainless Mold Steels

Successful production of plastic components associated with the extrusion, injection and compression molding greatly depends on the mold material selection.