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Mold Engineering, 2nd Edition

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Title: Mold Engineering, 2nd Edition
Author: Herbert Rees
ISBN: 1569903220 / 9781569903223
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 688
Publisher: Hanser Gardner
Year: 2002
Availability: 15-30 days
     
 
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Injection molds for thermoplastic molding materials and their performance are covered in detail in this book for mold designers, molding machine technicians, and design engineers. Guidelines are supplied for the design of molds, from product drawing to complete mold assembly drawing, and more.

“... directed at injection molding of thermoplastics ... the molding issues described are also relevant for other types of molding operations, including blow molding and molding of thermosets.”
IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine

Part I : Mold Engineering
Section 1 : Basics about Molds, Machines, Plastics, and Products
Chapter 1 :
Introduction to Mold Engineering
Chapter 2 : Basic Mold Functions
Chapter 3 : Mold Requirements
Chapter 4 : General Mold Design Guidelines
Chapter 5 : Plastics Identification

Section 2 : General Mold Design Guidelines
Chapter 6 :
Mold Layout
Chapter 7 : Molding Operation Sequences
Chapter 8 : Plastic Shrinkage
Chapter 9 : Mold Surface Tolerances
Chapter 10 : Gates and Runners
Chapter 11 : Venting
Chapter 12 : Ejection
Chapter 13 : Mold Cooling
Chapter 14 : Heat Expansion
Chapter 15 : Stack Molds

Section 3 : Specific Subjects for the Mold Designer
Chapter 16 :
Mold Materials Specifications
Chapter 17 : Mold Plates
Chapter 18 : Metal Fatigue
Chapter 19 : Screws in Molds
Chapter 20 : Mold and Mold Parts Handling
Chapter 21 : Air and Oil-Hydraulic Actuators
Chapter 22 : Rules and Calculations for Designers

Part II : Mold Performance
Chapter 23 :
Mold Performance and Mold Life
Chapter 24 : Cycle Time
Chapter 25 : Wall Thickness
Chapter 26 : Product Size and Shape
Chapter 27 : Crystallinity
Chapter 28 : Mold Forces
Chapter 29 : Preload
Chapter 30 : Wear and Lubrication
Chapter 31 : Hobbing-In of Parts
Chapter 32 : Glossary of Molding Terminology

 
 
 
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