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‘Exjection’ Molding Comes into Its Own

By Jan H. Schut At least two commercial technologies combine extrusion with injection molding to fill molds with much lower pressure than conventional injection molding. One was recently introduced by Extrude to Fill LLC, Loveland, CO (www.extrudetofill.com), which melts plastic … Continue reading

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In Situ Molding Is More Than a Possibility

By Jan H. Schut In situ molding could be the answer to mass producing engineering thermoplastic composites, especially metal-replacing structural parts for future cars. In situ molding mixes melted monomers of a polymer in two parts, one with catalyst, the … Continue reading

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New Moves for Rotating Molds

By Jan H. Schut Two unusual new concepts for cube molds for multi-material injection molding were introduced at the Kunststoff Show (K Show) in Düsseldorf, October 16-23 this year (www.k-online.com). Both alter the normal role of cube molds to move … Continue reading

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