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Kunststoffe international 2019/04

Wireless Life Cycle Monitoring in the Injection Molded Part

Part Integrated Temperature Monitoring of Injection Molding Parts with RFID Sensor Tags

Wireless Life Cycle Monitoring in the Injection Molded Part

The use of passive RFID sensors as insert parts enables wireless monitoring of the injection molding process. In contrast to conventional methods, the injection mold and the sensor technology are separated. The individual, part-integrated process monitoring, control and documentation can be extended with the same sensor element also to the further life cycle of the injection molding part.

Dipl.-Ing. Matthias Zeppenfeld; Rupert Hirn, M.Sc.,; Maximilian Wardenberg, B.Sc.,; Dr. Markus Eblenkamp

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