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One of the most desirable characteristics of injection molding is the ability to economically mass-produce plastic components. While design has a significant impact on the overall cycle time of the part, the ability to properly maintain the desired mold temperature is critical for ensuring a consistent process and maintaining high part quality.
Cooling can often be addressed toward the end of the mold design phase and approached with a “what will fit” mentality, thus leave cooling of the mold less than optimal. Additionally, a cooling strategy can be implemented with no regard to the physical limitations of the cooling equipment.
This webinar will highlight the different aspects of mold design and cooling that should be considered to yield high quality parts while achieving realistic cycle times. The webinar will also highlight how conformal cooling strategies can be used to help improve part quality.
After this webinar, the attendee will have a better understanding of:
The Madison Group is recognized as a global leader in the plastics industry. We offer a variety of customized consulting services from material selection to design verification to failure analysis and everywhere in between.
Erik Foltz is a Certified Professional Moldflow® Consultant. He received his M.S. from the Polymer Engineering Center at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. His work concentrates on assisting clients accelerate the product design process using CAE Tools.
The Madison Group has been a recognized global leader providing consulting services, technical expertise and innovative technology to the plastics industry since 1993. We solve plastic problems and find economic solutions that help drive product development to yield higher quality parts.
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