Posts Tagged 'Scientific injection molding'


How traditional injection molding processes create uncontrolled risk

November 17, 2020
How Traditional Injection Molding Processes Create Uncontrolled Risk

Traditional methods of plastic injection molding rely on process development based on machine inputs. This means that an injection molder must trust that the settings they are entering on the machine are being reflected accurately in the actual process. The problem with this informal method is that it often introduces uncontrolled risk in terms of…

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5 Things to Keep in Mind When Choosing a Plastic Injection Molder

September 10, 2019
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Are you facing any of these challenges with your current plastic injection molders? If so, perhaps it’s time to make a change: Part quality issues Tooling quality issues On-time delivery issues Capacity constraints Poor communications Here are five key criteria to keep in mind when you’re selecting and evaluating a new plastic injection molder: 1.…

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An enhanced approach to Scientific Injection Molding

September 10, 2019
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Scientific Injection Molding is a powerful, data-driven approach for optimizing the production of plastic injection molded parts. But it can only be truly effective when it is backed by robust processes and strategies for analyzing and using data collected during the molding process. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at how New Berlin…

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Key components of a well-developed scientific injection molding process

July 15, 2019
Key Components Of An Effective Scientific Injection Molding (SIM) Process

Scientific injection molding (SIM) is a systematic process of evaluating a polymer’s viscous flow and solidification in a molded design to maximize physical properties and dimensional stability. This process is ideal for complex plastic parts but can be applied to any molding project. Our informative eGuide examines the benefits scientific injection molding, outlines the five…

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