8/17/2011

Video: Injection Molding Bosses, the Good and Bad

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In this installment of Design Tips for Plastic Injection Molding, Kevin Crystal talks about how to design bosses for plastic parts.

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In this installment of Design Tips for Plastic Injection Molding, Kevin Crystal talks about how to design bosses for plastic parts. Using Protomold's Design Cube, Kevin demonstrates the characteristics of both good and bad boss design.  Proto Labs

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