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Topic: Lower-scraprate

3 Injection Molding Tips for Shot-to-Shot Repeatability

For shot-to-shot repeatability there are many factors that play an important role and many test..

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How to Avoid Material Degradation at Start-Up

Material degradation is a costly concern for all thermoplastic processors. Contamination causes..

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How to Reduce Excess Hold Time in Injection Molding

Although your hold time is one of the most important stages of your cycle time, it is the one..

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Injection Molding Troubleshooting: Focusing on the Non-Return Valve

Most conventional thermoplastic molding machine injection units consist of a screw, non-return..

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Injection Molders Sell Time

To continue our conversation on how Injection Molders sell “Time,” we will transition from how..

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The Advantages of Vented Barrels and Proper Purging Technique

Many processors take advantage of the benefits a vented barrel can provide. Commonly found in..

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How Blocking Cavities Hurts Your Profits

When we last spoke, we discussed how Injection Molders sell “TIME” and how producing scrap parts..

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Resolving Defects – Elimination of Cloudiness or Haze in Your Molded Parts

Haziness or cloudiness in molded parts is one of the most common injection molding defects. When

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5 Ways Your Scrap Rate is Costing You

Rejected injection molded parts are plastic parts that your customer will not purchase either..

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Managing Your Purging Compound Inventory to Avoid a Sudden Shortage

In the day-to-day business of selling purging compounds and managing customer accounts, there..

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