type Tooling System
Unit Die" tooling offers you advantages at every step in the
manufacturing process...from tooling lead time and cost to produce
aluminum or mild steel inserts.
Shorter Lead Times
prototype tooling orders require less lead time because only
a companion insert mold is required, not an entire standard mold base.
This results in less time required for machining.
Lower Tooling Costs
since only an insert mold from aluminum or mild steel is needed for
new prototype tooling, the cost is less for both material and
fabrication. Costs are reduced as much as 66 percent.
Prototypes & Samples
faster setup and start up means the insert
die concept is ideal for this type of application. Even more important,
engineering changes involve only the companion insert mold, not an
entire standard mold base. This keeps sample and experimental tooling
time and cost to an absolute minimum.
Aluminum Insert Molds
the thermal conductivity of available aluminum insert molds
approaches four times that of steel for even faster cycling
times. These light weight insert molds are also easy to handle and can
be machined at higher speeds. Inserts are machined from 6061 aluminum
and QC-7 - 7000 series aluminum.
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