First a 3D model and 2D drawings of the part are created to define clearly what the client requires and can expect to be delivered at the end of the process.
Software is then used to analyse the polymer flow in the mould and identify issues which will negatively affect the quality of the final product. The resolution of these issues is then incorporated into the tool design, prior to construction, in order to achieve a “right first time” mould trial.Read More
From the 3D model the mould layout and engineering design is then done. All the critical decisions in terms of how the part will be created are addressed at this stage, with the overall objectives of maximising part quality and mould efficiency.
The completed design is handed over to the tool room for construction. The 3D data of the mould parts are used for CNC programming, and the 2D data is used for manual processes.
The completed mould is then subjected to a series of mould trials. Each trial may result in mould 'tuning' corrective action being made to resolve issues and improve the part.
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