Some experience about the milling of hardened steels

Careful consideration of the entire machining system will improve milling of hardened steels.

To maximize productivity and reliability, mold shops often machine a large portion of their products from hardened steels. Historically, hardened steels have been rough milled at low feeds and speeds, with large depths of cut and stepovers. […]

By |March 20th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

The solution of improving the molding quality of large injection-molded parts

For large injection-molded parts, a servo-driven valve gate system can improve surface finish and part performance.

The art of sequential molding has proven to be a beneficial process in many markets. Automotive suppliers are one of the largest users of this technology, especially for the production of plastic parts with Class A surface finishes. Sequential molding is used to reposition or remove weld or knit lines from critical areas of the parts. These conditions occur when melt flow fronts collide in a mold cavity.  […]

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The advantage of direct side gating

Mold builders and molders should carefully consider hot runner selection, as it dramatically impacts an injection molding system’s speed, quality and uptime. […]

By |March 14th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Use Self-cleaning technology in your mold

Molds have to be cleaned. There’s no way to avoid it. But what if the mold could clean itself, eliminating the negative impact of manual maintenance on productivity? […]

By |June 30th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

How to understand the differences between steel and aluminum

The high-strength aluminum alloys available today are feasible alternatives to steel for tooling. Originally used primarily for the production of prototypes because of its lower cost, aluminum offers several other advantages that make it a viable option for production molds. […]

By |May 22nd, 2016|Blog|3 Comments

How to select the appropriate aluminum alloy for your mold project

If you opt to use aluminum for your next mold project, it’s important to select the appropriate aluminum alloy. Alloys are created when elements including copper, magnesium and zinc are added to the base aluminum. Each added element contributes individual beneficial properties that will improve the aluminum. […]

By |May 22nd, 2016|Blog|3 Comments

How to select welding wires for aluminum alloys

Different aluminum alloys require differing welding wires in order for successful welding to be achieved. Characteristics of the wire should match those of the specific alloy on which it will be welded, and the wire’s color-matching ability, strength and effect on HAZ should also be considered. Additionally, the welding wire must have a melting temperature similar to that of its base material in order for the most effective welding to occur. […]

By |May 22nd, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Introduce Repair Techniques in mold alloy welding

Once the proper wire has been selected, focus must shift to the proper technique for mold alloy to be welded. This is the largest contributor to a successful weld repair. A proper technique involves more than the actual welding; it must also take into account ambient conditions and preheating of the material, which will remove condensation and increase its weldability. […]

By |May 22nd, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Injection molding need a perfect Heat Exchange system

In the molding industry, Mould is one of the essential production tools, but how to evaluate a set of mould, The heat exchange efficiency is an important parameter, In part two of our three-part sub-series on mold water cooling systems, we review water quality and its impact on mold performance. […]

By |July 17th, 2015|Blog|33 Comments

CAE technology ensure that your mold design is correct

In today’s mold design process, CAE technology is more and more important, before that, Our designers cannot ensure that their design is completely correct, Process simulation is the core of CAE technology. […]

By |July 6th, 2015|Blog|27 Comments