8/17/2011

Video: Sliding Shut-offs and Cams for Injection Molding

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In this installment of Design Tips for Plastic Injection Molding, Kevin Crystal talks about two different ways to design a hole in a plastic part.

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In this installment of Design Tips for Plastic Injection Molding, Kevin Crystal talks about two different ways to design a hole in a plastic part. One method is using sliding-shutoffs and another method is to use a cam. Using Protomold's Design Cube, Kevin demonstrates how to create this feature using both methods and highlights some of the advantages and disadvantages of each method. Proto Labs

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