- Date：Jul 03, 2019
- Location： 10:30 AM CEST/2:00 PM IST
10:30 AM CEST/2:00 PM IST | Wednesday, July 3, 2019 | Check Your Time
Weld lines and air traps are common cosmetic and mechanical defects that occur on plastic injection molding parts. Weld lines usually occur when two flow fronts meet and result in a flow line or knit line. Air traps occur in areas that are improperly filled and lack required vents, causing bubbles or voids in the injection molded parts.
In this webinar, we will demonstrate how Moldex3D simulation solutions can be used to optimize the filling pattern, the venting location and processing conditions, to better tackle weld lines and air traps, ensuring high quality surface finish.
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