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Gas injection molding is a well-established process.
* Gas injection molding -- injection of inert gas (often nitrogen) into the melt as it enters the mold.
In the gas injection molding process, inert gas--usually nitrogen--is injected into the part during the plastic injection molding cycle.
The MF/Gas program is designed to simulate and analyze the emerging technology of gas injection molding (GIM).
Likewise, most of the benefits derived from applying vibrational energy to the molding process are well documented.[1] A new vibration molding technique called Vibrogaim (Vibration Gas Injection Molding), which provides melt manipulation capabilities during molding, is the subject of a recent patent.[2] It is innovative in its use of pressurized gas as the tool for delivering the vibrations from generating devices into the plastic melt.
Ford's plastic-trim part development group is considering gas injection molding for door panels, spoilers, and bumpers.
One of the newer of these is gas injection molding.
Compared with conventional injection molding, gas injection molding offers the following advantages:
NPE '91 saw new developments in gas injection molding, the promising technology that everyone is talking about but for which progress was slowed by patent battles.
In "Gas Injection Molding of a Door Hardware Module," Glen Juback presented an overview of the development and benefits of Delphi Interior and Lighting Systems' Super Plug door hardware module.
Also announced by Battenfeld is the gas injection molding of thermosets by means of the company's Airmould system, in which gas is injected into the mold cavity with pressure, rather than volumetric, control of the gas injection process.
Gas injection molding provides a solution to many problems associated with conventional hi h pressure injection molding and structural foam molding.