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Kunststoffe international 2013/04

Tube and Pipe Dies: Flexible Heads

Tube and Pipe Dies: Flexible Heads

Fine adjustments of the die gap of round dies allow a wide variety of different wall thicknesses to be extruded without interrupting the production process.

Heinz Gross

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1 Lachhammer, D.: Einsparungen durch innovative Konzepte [Savings through innovative concepts]. Extrusion journal, Issue 7/2006, pp. 21–24.

2 Gross, H.: Tilting die. German Patent No. 10 2009 058 361 B3, granted on 1 June 2010.

3 Gross, H.: Kipptechnologie verbessert nicht nur das Zentrieren [Tilting technology improves centering and other features]. Kunststoffe, Carl Hanser Verlag Munich Vienna, Volume 102, Issue 3/2012, pp. 42–44.

4 Gross, H.: Muss eine Blasformdüse im Austrittsbereich konisch sein? [Does a blow-molding die have to be conical in the discharge section?] Kunststoffe, Carl Hanser Verlag Munich Vienna, Volume 102, Issue 9/2012, pp. 58–64.

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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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