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Sink & Warp[ 04-05 17:21 ]
Careful consideration should always be taken to part design and the chosen material, as both play significant roles in sink & warp of injection molded plastic parts. Avoiding Sink in Plastic Parts Coring out thick sections will help to reduce the potential for shrink Design your parts with ribs & bosses that are no ......
Text On Parts[ 03-31 09:40 ]
An added benefit to injection molding parts is the ease of incorporating logo’s, labels, instructions or diagrams right onto your custom parts. This helps to reduce or eliminate secondary costs often incurred with labeling and ensures clear and precise identification of your custom plastic parts. If you require ......
Tolerances[ 03-31 09:35 ]
Utilize low-shrinkage materials for parts with tight tolerances. Avoiding tight tolerance areas around the alignment of the mold halves or moving mold components such as sliders. Design your parts to avoid tight tolerance in areas prone to warpage or distortion. Our customers count on us for ......
Undercuts[ 03-31 09:32 ]
An injection mold undercut is any indentation or protrusion that prohibits an ejection of a part from a one-piece mold. Reducing the number of undercuts often helps to reduce the initial cost of tooling. If possible utilize other mold design features that can offer similar operation without the need of ......
Insert Molding[ 03-30 09:23 ]
Insert molding is the process of injection molding molten thermosplastic around ceramic or metal pieces placed in the injection molding cavity. These inserts can be threads or other attachment points enabling two or more custom parts to be assembled together reducing the need for secodary ......
Ribs & Bosses[ 03-30 09:21 ]
Often used for structure reinforcement, ribs allow greater strength and stiffness in molded plastic parts without the need to increase the wall thickness. Thicker ribs however may cause sink and other cosmetic problems on the opposite side surface to which they are attached. As a general rule design ribs that ......
Gates & Runners[ 03-29 09:17 ]
Runners and gates control the flow of the molten material through the mold and into the cavity to create your final plastic part. Sprue: The main channel in which molten resin enters the mold. This channel is typically larger ensuring that enough material is able to ......
Hinges & Snaps[ 03-29 09:14 ]
Optimized part design will help to reduce additional expenses when you face the need for fastening your plastic parts or require additional hardware installation such as hinges or fastening mechanisms. Hinges and snap-fit joints can be incorporated into your plastic parts in order reduce or eliminate the need for ......
Tooling[ 03-29 09:12 ]
Precision is critical for the injection molding process to work effectively. Your custom tools must not only capture every last detail of your custom parts, but must also be built tough enough to withstand high pressures of the injection molding process and built to last throughought the life of your ......
Overmolding[ 03-28 15:34 ]
Part design, Mold Design and material selection are important when you are considering overmolding plastic parts. An overmolded plastic part can aid in wide range of functional and structural uses. Utilizing two separate injection molds, materials can be bonded together through the injection molding process to ......
Wall Thickness[ 03-28 15:31 ]
Maintain a uniform wall thickness throughout your parts design Thick wall design is prone to warp or other cosmetic issues 10% Increase in thickness will provide 33% more stiffness with most materials Good part design starts with optimized wall thicknesses. Wall thickness will often determine the ......
Draft[ 03-28 15:23 ]
Draft: angles incorporated into your part design to aid in the ejection process from the mold machine. In general, 2 degrees of draft should be the standard in your part design to maintain uniform wall thickness. Angles or tapers that you incorporate to key features of your parts such as ribs, walls, posts and bosses that lie perpendicular to the ......
About Rapid Prototyping[ 03-25 15:25 ]
Rapid prototyping is a broad term to describe a number of different manufacturing processes to rapidly create objects. The most common method is an additive manufacturing process called Fused Depostion Modeling, or more commonly referred to as 3D printing. FDM or 3D printing is the process where ......
About CNC Machining[ 03-25 15:22 ]
CNC (Computerized Numerical Control) Machining is an automated process by which a machine processes a computer file to create highly complex object from plastic or metal. A tool, much like a drill bit, is used to cut away a metal or plastic block in the shape of a 3D object or a ......
Insert Molding of Injection Molding[ 03-25 15:19 ]
Metal inserts can also be injection molded into the work piece. It is best to choose a company that has experience in insert molding as there are many variables to consider. For large volume parts the inserts are placed in the mold using automated machinery. An advantage of using automated components is that ......
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