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Moldflow 2017 can run cooling analyses in both gas-assisted injection molding and two-shot overmolding.
2, 2016), "Molding Tool for Producing a Component in a Gas-Assisted Injection Molding Process," Elmar Fries (Illinois Tool Works Inc., Glenview, Ill.)
Currently, the commercialized fluid-assisted injection molding processes are the gas-assisted injection molding in which gas is used as the penetration fluid and water-assisted injection molding in which water is used as the penetration fluid.
Gas-assisted injection molding is one of modern injection molding technologies that are classified in the group called nonconventional injection molding.
Other topics include an antibacterial cotton fabric with patchouli microcapsules, a biodegradable packaging, the cooling time of gas-assisted injection molding, and optimization of sequential injection molding for car interior trim panels.
There is also 3D simulation of gas-assisted injection molding. These are some of the developments in release 5.0 of Moldflow Plastics Insight (MPI) simulation software, which is being announced this month.
Sleek side mirrors for the Porsche Boxster sports car were molded using Milacron Inc's Airpress III gas-assisted injection molding process.
Gas-assisted injection molding (GAIM) and water-assisted injection molding (WAIM) are well-established processes for producing parts with (functional) hollow space.
Since the 1990s, gas-assisted injection molding (GAIM), which operates at pressures lower than CIM, has offered numerous of advantages, including elimination of sink marks and warpage, reductions in part weight and shrinkage, and shorter cycle times (1-4).
Gas-assisted injection molding news at Interplas includes the Unilog B4 AC touchscreen controller for the Airmould process from Batten-feld.
A commercially available gas injection unit (Gas Injection PPC-1000) was used for the gas-assisted injection molding experiments.