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Build High Aesthetic Parts through Multi-Component Molding
Posted Fri February 15, 2013 @09:44AM
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Announcements Moldex3D will host a Multi-Component Molding Simulation webinar on several dates throughout 2013.

Multi-component molding technique has served various industries, ranging from automotive, consumer, packaging, and etc and the technique keeps evolving due to the huge demand for improving product functionality.

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Among various MCM technologies, two-component over-molding and insert molding are most commonly applied. However, many problems are encountered due to the complicated combination of material selections, design integration, and process condition specification. For instance, warpage magnitude and its mechanism are not the same as in single-component injection molding.

Is metal insert always beneficial to the warpage of final products? On the other hand, the wash-out and re-melted issues might also occur during the over-molding or insert molding. How can we predict these problems and provide the solutions? Ask a Molding Pro now!

In this session, participants will learn how to:

  • Realize what the major difference between two component molding and single injection molding
  • Evaluate insert will be positive or negative in the processing and production for two component molding system
  • Predict residual stresses during two component molding and how to reduce them
  • Trace why the insert part will be re-melted during two component molding

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