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In order to develop my best possible concept I have decided to simultaneously work on my ‘clip in’ design and ‘living hinge’ design, and get them ready to print for Wednesday so then I can evaluate the success of the concepts. 926 more words

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Different Cycles of Injection Molding Process

The injection molding is basically a process of manufacturing several parts. It consists of a number of cycles. The sequence by which this process commences and eventually ends is called the injection molding cycle. 316 more words

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Improved overall manufacturing efficiency by 33% in an injection molded part

Our distribution partner in India is helping local molders improve their manufacturing efficiency.  Local moulder was getting contamination in the parts and wanted to improve cycle time.   19 more words

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In order to gain some insights into the technical issues of the design I decided to make a rough CAD model of the outer shell of the design. 434 more words

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Designing Better Smartphone Cases with PTC Creo

We’ve talked a lot here about electronic gadgets and the technologies inside of them.  PTC users contribute to the video displays, the sensors, the… 549 more words

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GW Plastics Attends MEDTEC China

This September 25-26, GW Plastics will be exhibiting at the 2014 MEDTEC China Exposition in Shanghai. The country’s dedicated medical trade show, MEDTEC China connects international OEMs with world-class suppliers, as well as exposing participants to emerging scientific developments and new market trends. 112 more words

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Tooling Tires with PTC Creo: A-Z Formen und Maschinenbau

The engineers who make tires have been improving on the old rubber tube design almost continuously since the late 19th century.

They’ve figured out how to make the rubber seal to the rim, so you can still ride on a cushion of air, without bothering with an inner tube. 601 more words

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