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INJECTION-MOULD DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS

By A.B. Glanvill and E.N. Denton

1965, 5 x 7, Hard, Illustrated, 294pp
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505-3539

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OVERVIEW

This compact reference manual makes available in one convenient source the theoretical data needed by the advanced engineer and fundamental information that is too often acquired by time-consuming empirical observations.  

FEATURES

Presents the basic principles underlying mould design. Provides data on all the component details of the tool. Explains the construction and operation of the various mould types. Contains four appendices including a check list for successful mould design, common trigonometrical problems in mould design, and schematic examples of feed and ejection that are based on invaluable practical experience and provide time and money saving information on all aspects of injection mould design.  

CONTENTS

Plastics-Mould Manufacturing Methods and Materials. Aspects of Injection Presses in Relation to Tools. Injection Moulds- Initial Considerations. Mould Shrinkage, Taper and Tolerances. Principle Types of Injection Moulds. Tool Construction. Nozzles, Runners and Gates. Mould Design Check-list. Common Trigonometrical Problems in Mould Design. Schematic Examples of Feed and Ejection in Moulds. Principle Conditions in Moulding During Cycle. Index.  

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