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Plastic Injection Question
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Posted by: bryantys

03/05/2005, 05:50:00

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I was having some technical problem on plastic injecting molding. My question is;

For slide with slanted surface of plastic injectin molding, how to prevent the plastic parts break during ejection of the part from the mold? Is there any way to prevent this event by using stronger raw material like glass filled? Will the stronger structure ( increase the area or volume of injected plastic ) prevent the plastic break during ejection?

Hope that someone can help me by answering my question above.


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Posted by: randykimball
03/05/2005, 14:21:28

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I'm not sure I understand the question.
You may try rewording it.
However, it sounds like you are asking someone to give you trade knowledge with which they make their living.

Perhaps someone will share that knowledge.

People are careful with trade skills that feed their families. You may have better luck, ... if ... they could mail you direct and not broadcast it to the world. ..and .. if they can be convinced you are not in competition with them.

I, myself, am not skilled in that trade.
Good luck,


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