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Journal of Plastics Technology 2012/01

Two-Stage-GITBlow – a process for complex and multi-functional injection molding parts

The GITBlow process combines the advantages of two established processes of gas injection technique (GIT) and blow moulding "inline", i.e. integrated in the injection moulding process. A hollow core in the part, which has been created through GIT, is inflated further, enhancing a 2nd inflation of gas. In recent years, based on extensive experimental findings, a large number of specific GITBlow process phenomena relating to the inflation of moulded-on hollow areas have been identified. On the basis of these findings, this contribution shows wide-ranging conclusions about the residual wall thickness homogeneity in the final part. For this purpose physical effects and basic parameters are taken into general consideration.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Elmar Moritzer1 | Dr.-Ing. Martin Schäfers1 | Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. Thorsten Plugge1
1 Kunststofftechnik Paderborn (KTP), Universität Paderborn

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