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Kunststoffe international 2020/01

Using Breathing Signals for Process Optimization

Comparative Methods for Determining Mold Breathing

Using Breathing Signals for Process Optimization

Mold breathing provides useful information about the processes that occur in the mold and the cavity. ‧Mold-maker Schneider Form and injection molding machine-maker Engel have recognized the potential which this process variable offers and have worked intensively on it for several years, albeit by adopting different ‧approaches. They recently carried out joint tests on bumper molds using a two-platen injection molding ‧machine with a clamping force of 40,000 kN and then swapped experiences.

Dr. Georg Pillwein
Dr. Johannes Lettner
Markus Lehr

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SCHNEIDER FORM GmbH

Kirchheimer Straße 181
DE 73265 Dettingen
Tel.: 07021 8080-0
Fax: 07021 8080-80

Engel Austria GmbH

Ludwig-Engel-Straße 1
AT 4311 SCHWERTBERG
Tel.: +43 50 620-0
Fax: +43 50 6203009

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International Polymer Processing, the journal of the Polymer Processing Society, is a discussion forum for the world-wide community of engineers and scientists in the field of polymer processing.

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