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Understanding Injection Mold Design

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Title: Understanding Injection Mold Design
Author: Herbert Rees
ISBN: 1569903115 / 9781569903117
Format: Soft Cover
Pages: 115
Publisher: Hanser Gardner
Year: 2001
Availability: 15-30 days
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Today, most molders, including many mold makers, specialize in certain areas. There are specialists for thin wall molding, screw caps, large beverage container crates, pre-forms for PET bottles, small gears, and many others. But, regardless of the size and type of the product to be injection molded, whether small or large, with single or multiple cavities, or who designs or builds the mold, the basic mold design principles are always the same.
These basic design principles for good mold design are the focus of Understanding Injection Mold Design. The designer will not find elaborate drawings of existing molds, but instead he or she will learn about the many factors that must be considered when successfully designing a mold.

Chapter 1 : Starting New in the Mold Design Field
Chapter 2 : Basics of the Injection Molding Machine
Chapter 3 : Understanding the Basics of the Injection Mold
Chapter 4 : Before Starting to Design a Mold : Machine Specification, Mold Design, Preload, Mold Material Selection, Stack Molds, Mold Layout and Assembly Drawings
Chapter 5 : Review and Follow-Up
Chapter 6 : Typical Examples
Chapter 7 : Estimating Mold Costs
Chapter 8 : Machining, Mold Materials, and Heat Treatment

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