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Kunststoffe international 2018/01-02

Variothermal Temperature Control from the Compressed Air Network

Varioplast Has Developed a Dynamic Temperature Control Process Which Can Be Retrofitted to Injection Molds without the Need for Any Modifications

Variothermal Temperature Control from the Compressed Air Network

As a manufacturer of both coated and uncoated high-gloss plastic parts, Varioplast has continually been faced with the problem of visible knit and flow lines on molded parts. Conventional variothermal processes, for reasons of overall economics, are limited in their suitability to offset existing and future cost pressures exerted by customers. Varioplast unveiled a new process at Fakuma 2017.

Dipl.-Ing. Edwin Neugebauer; Dipl.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirt-Ing. Michael Däbritz

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