on 08/27/2019

On-demand Webinar: Improving Core Shift While Eliminating Material Degradation Using Moldex3D

An OEM sourced a mold to a molder, then tool shop, then a manifold supplier. The mold was built and sampled. The parts produced had a .050-inch core shift and material degraded around the gate. The molder blamed the product design. The tool shop blamed the manifold manufacturer. The manifold manufacturer blamed the material and product design. In this webinar, Procad Technologies will share how they used Moldex3D to validate each part of the process and determine how to fix the problem and sort out who needed to fix what.

Webinar Highlights

  • How to break down critical process parameters
  • How gate size and wall thickness affect shear stress
  • Use DOE to consider maximum process options
  • Address core shift in design

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