This blog explains the four regions of polymer state under temperature or loading and how modulus changes in each state. Please watch other viscoelastic blog before watching this blog for better understanding.
As a part of mold base, this blog covers the locating ring. Purpose and various designs are covered in this blog.
This blog introduces basic mold types and classification of molds. This is a continuation of the mold design intro series. Hope you enjoy this blog!
In this blog, we explain the new iMFLUX process, main concepts, flow properties and advantages. This videoblog is for beginners who wants to understand this new process technology.
In this blog, we take you through the basics of creep curves, why it is important for long-term testing and how it is created.
In this blog, we walk you through the basic short term testing of polymers , especially tensile and flex test including the basics of viscoelastic behavior.
In this blog as part of the intro to mold design, we will go through mold terminology, various parts of a mold.
Intro to mold design, this blog introduces the basics of mold parts and functionality. More to come in this topic….
Based on Harberc.com Injection Molding Guide, this blog walks you through all the aspects of part design. Paying attention to part design principles during initial part design stage helps a lot during processing, quality of […]
In this blog, you will learn how to compare materials on strength and stiffness of the material and the calculation on a beam example.
This blog is a continuation of Part1 blog which I did recently. Please watch that before this video blog for better understanding.
Published by Moldflow in 1990’s on how to position gates in a part with certain known principles. This blog takes you through design principles step by step.
This blog is same as the previous blog, only change is the units. You will learn how to calculate part weight in imperial units and cost calculation in USA.
In this blog, you can see an example of part weight and cost calculation, also by hand calculation. A simple example for basic understanding is chosen.
This blog is a continuation of the shrinkage blog and warpage is a result of non-uniform shrinkage. You will learn the factors for warpage in this blog.