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Tutorials on Injection Mould Designing

By Sourbh on 29 Jul 05:30 31 answers 16 comments

Basics Part and Working Features of Molding Assembly

Rest of Slides you were found out here in My Library:-"Tutorials on Injection Mould Designing"
Moulding Products:-
"ALL-OUT Fuel Container, Injection blow moulding part"
"Container-Injection blow moulding part"
"Grabby Torch"
"Hexagonal Torch " Requested Design""
"Baby Girl Hair Clip"
"Something More than RC"
"Table Lamp"
"Table LAMP-II"
And also much more in my library..!!

31 answers

  • Sourbh
    Sourbh about 4 years ago

    Ya Of-course am in Way of Writing the book,
    this Slides only the 0.1% of My Notes, which I prepared During My Academic Session.
    am did Lots of Research in Different types of Moulding Technique or Process.
    and also Designed and Manufactured it.
    Due to Low Internet Speed am Just Uploading the Less Amount of My works.
    If You Have any type of Doubts and Question than Sourbh kumar is Ready to Give Answer With Suitable Examples.

    Thanks

  • Sourbh
    Sourbh about 4 years ago

    When a basic mould consisting of two parts, is open there is only one space or ‘daylight’ between the two mould halves. This is called a single-daylight mould. In a stripper plate mould which consists of a fixed mould plate, the moving mould plate and the stripper plate there are two daylights when opened. This is called a double-daylight, stripper plate mould. Another type of mould which also consists of three main parts – a feed plate, a floating cavity plate and a moving mould plate, has two daylights and is termed as double-daylight underfeed mould or three plate moulds. This design permits a particular feed technique known as underfeeding.
    A combination of stripper plate and underfeeding results in a triple-daylight mould.

  • BoByS
    BoByS about 4 years ago

    Can you tell us what is the scale factor for the cavities because of the shrinkage when the detail cools (for different polymers)? I don't see this in the slides. :(
    Thanks for this amazing tutorial!

  • Kianoush
    Kianoush almost 4 years ago

    Very useful

  • huuhoa
    huuhoa almost 4 years ago

    thank you share

  • BoByS
    BoByS about 4 years ago

    I think that you need to write a book with your knowledge! Thanks for sharing this information!

  • suresh.s
    suresh.s almost 4 years ago

    Sourbh Please share some knowledge about lifters & sliders ..............and how to find the angle of lifter?

  • 4aee5b17
    4aee5b17 over 2 years ago

    Thank You for Your Tutorial

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