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Designing of Plastic Products for Injection Moulding - Lecture Undercut
 
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The proper knowledge of materials and its manufacturing process helps a designer to select the best material as per its application. A good designer always consider the limitations and constraints of the materials in design phase since materials not only affects the aesthetics of a product but also decides its manufacturing cost. This course will focus on PLASTICS. They are organic polymers of high molecular mass. Because of their properties like ease of manufacturing, versatility and imperviousness to water they have a wide range of applications from toy industries to space explorations. Plastics are more varied and complicated compared to other materials like metals. As time passes they shrink and creep. They change their properties with change in temperature. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/course/designing-plastic-products-injection-moulding Write to us at [email protected] #ekalpa #dsource
Views: 50822 Dsource Ekalpa India
Plastic Injection Molding
 
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Bill details the key engineering principles underlying plastic injection molding. He describes its history and, then, reveals the intricate details of the process. He shows viewers where to found, on any injection-molding product, the markings created by injection molding. He closes with a description of the one of the finest examples of the injection molding: the Lego brick. Overview video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUthHS3MTdA Mold manufacture: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seZqq1qxW30 Plastic bottle cap production: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHwTHarf8Ck Making Lego bricks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnRRDIFNxoM 99 Percent Invisible: http://99percentinvisible.org/episode/the-post-billiards-age/
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Prototyping and Model making - Students of Product Design Episode 6
 
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In Students of Product Design Episode 6, I give a series of prototype and model making tips and tricks, to help designers bring their ideas to life faster and more accurately. The episode looks at traditional methods and techniques. With advances in rapid prototyping, some designers can be tempted to create everything in CAD and then print parts out, but creating forms by hand first is such an important part of the design process and I think leads to better designs. In this episode I cover working with blue foam, sanding techniques, loads of finishing techniques for wood, filling materials, spraying with car spray paints, creating textures, cheap ways to bend wood and plastic, jigs and a host of other techniques and tips. But it's not an exhaustive list. I realise I left a few things out, joining metal pieces together with car body filler when you don't have any welding equipment, or using old nail files to sand difficult to reach areas, there are loads more tips and tricks to include, so for much more advice the YouTube and the rest of the Internet is the best resource. I have also recommended a good book: Prototyping and Model Making for Product Design, by Bjarki Hallgrimsson At the time of release, this book is available on Amazon and other vendors. I could go on and on as making design prototypes and models is one of my favourite subjects, but we have to move on, in the next episode of Students of Product Design, I'm covering giving design presentations to clients.
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How to Predict & Avoid Defects in Plastic Part & Injection Mold Designs
 
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Learn more about SOLIDWORKS Plastics: http://www.symsolutions.com/solidworks-products/solidworks-simulation/solidworks-plastics SOLIDWORKS Plastics brings designers of plastics parts and injection molds an intuitive, easy-to-use SOLIDWORKS toolset to predict and avoid manufacturing defects from the start of the design process. Making adjustments early reduces or eliminates mold rework, lowers costs, and speeds your time to market. SOLIDWORKS Plastics gives you practical design advice to diagnose and resolve potential problems and make informed design decisions for your plastics part or injection mold designs.
Views: 5943 Symmetry Solutions
Types of mould
 
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Types of injection moulds
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Sketchbook Pro | How to draw Bottles using the Symmetry axis | Industrial design sketching
 
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DOWNLOAD THE DESIGNER STARTER KIT: http://bit.ly/thedesignerstarterkityt Today we explore a powerful technique of How to draw bottles. I believe it’s powerful because you can use the same method to draw anything that is using a “Revolution”. In other words, anything that the profile turn in 360 degrees around a vertical axis. You may think of pottery. This tutorial is using the software Sketchbook Pro, where we activate the tool: Vertical symmetry axis. Download Sketchbook Pro trial. How to draw a bottle in video – using Sketchbook Pro and the symmetry axis Regular view point We tend to draw things from how we see them in real life. However, when you want to draw something, always ask yourself from which viewpoint you want to show it. Front view point for presentation boards for clients Today we are interested to get a front view viewpoint. It’s easy to multiple the proposals and show to your project to your client for him to make a selection. Draw anything like a Bottle of water, Soya sauce Kikkoman, bottle of perfume and so on. ASSIGNMENT OF THE DAY: Observe all the things that use a “Revolution” similar to pottery. Take note of them and try to draw them on Sketchbook Pro. You can start with a dozen such as a glass, a flower pot, a base ball bat, a Pantone Tria marker, an ice cream cone… 🙂 BONUS that is not in the video: It’s just fun to see how the packaging of the bottle can reflect the personality and the body shape of the buyer. eg. For a sports brand of bottle such as Gatorade, the bottle is definitely sporty with a narrow waist. A bottle of soda is more massive, cheap tasty and big…. Hope it helps and see ya for the next tutorial ! And feel free to leave a comment or question.
Automotive Plastics Design Workshop
 
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http://www.competencesfactory.com/home/event/apdib1intermediate http://www.competencesfactory.com/home/event/apdib2intermediate Automotive Plastics Design INT (APDI) is a domain specific and career oriented intermediate workshop, organized by Competences Factory. APDI will be a unique occasion to cover Automotive Plastic Design Cycle, Material selection, Design Calculations, Manufacturing and the assembly methods required when designing with plastics in the automotive applications. Practical sessions include display and training on door trims, seating trims, decklid, mirror, lighting system and powertrain plastics. Aim of the workshop: APDI is dedicated to train undergraduates, graduates for employability skills, to working professionals for staying ahead in competition, acquire practical skills and to understand system level design approach. Summary of workshop topics - Plastics usage in the automotive - Automotive Plastics product life cycle - Automotive Exterior and Interior Plastics - Automotive Powertrain Plastics - Design Consideration of Plastics - Assembly of plastic components and specific to automotive industry (Environment parts) - Materials and specific to automotive industry - Front Fasia assembly example for design approach 1. Front bumper 2. Grills 3. Head lamp 4. Fog lamp 5. Emblom 6. Sensor packing - Practical session to understand component design and assembly of door trims, seating trims, decklid, mirror, lighting system and powertrain plastics - Plastic manufacturing Why you should attend APDI? - To start career in plastic design - To Stay ahead in competition, acquire practical skills and to understand system level design approach - To meet and network right resources in plastics Who can attend? - Undergraduates, Graduates and Individuals - Working professional from MSME, Tool room, Engineering Service, manufacturer and OEM’s - Plastic design- CAD engineers - Plastic- Tool designers - Plastic design- CAE engineers
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GCSE Design Technology (9-1): Polymers
 
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This video discusses the following topics: What are ‘thermoplastics’ or ‘thermoforming plastics’? What are ‘thermosets’ or ‘thermosetting plastics’? What are the advantages of the different types of plastics?
Views: 3260 Bridge Academy D&T
Mr Ridley's Product Design 006 Plastic Processes
 
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This covers all plastic processes, this content features in all both AS and A2 exams, it is also common across all exam boards. For these exams it is useful to be able to make simple sketches of the processes shown.
plastic parts design,Design Of Plastic Components,molding deffects,dimu's tutorials
 
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Plastic component design tips,deffects in molded parts
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Designing of Plastic Products for Injection Moulding - Hinges
 
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Designing of Plastic Products for Injection Moulding is a course by Prof. Vijay. P. Bapat and Shiv Kumar Verma from IDC IIT Bombay. The clip shows various types of plastic hinges. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/course/designing-plastic-products-injection-moulding Write to us at [email protected]
Views: 2378 Dsource Ekalpa India
Plastics Manufacturing: From Idea to Product
 
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SYSPRO Canada and Primex Manufacturing show how an plastic product progresses from idea to product.
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plastic product and mould design /  injection molded plastic parts manufacturers
 
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http://www.SincoMold.com/ Email: [email protected] plastic product and mould design / injection molded plastic parts manufacturers
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plastic mould design company /  types of injection molded plastics
 
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http://www.SincoMold.com/ Email: [email protected] plastic mould design company / types of injection molded plastics
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Types of wood and Manufactured Boards 001
 
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Resistant materials Technology revision 001 Types of wood and manufactured boards
Views: 74706 Mr Ridley RMT Revision
Designing of Plastic Products for Injection Moulding - Polyurethane
 
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The proper knowledge of materials and its manufacturing process helps a designer to select the best material as per its application. A good designer always consider the limitations and constraints of the materials in design phase since materials not only affects the aesthetics of a product but also decides its manufacturing cost. This course will focus on PLASTICS. They are organic polymers of high molecular mass. Because of their properties like ease of manufacturing, versatility and imperviousness to water they have a wide range of applications from toy industries to space explorations. Plastics are more varied and complicated compared to other materials like metals. As time passes they shrink and creep. They change their properties with change in temperature. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/course/designing-plastic-products-injection-moulding Write to us at [email protected]
Views: 2980 Dsource Ekalpa India
Designing of Plastic Products for Injection Moulding - Lecture Wall Thickness
 
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The proper knowledge of materials and its manufacturing process helps a designer to select the best material as per its application. A good designer always consider the limitations and constraints of the materials in design phase since materials not only affects the aesthetics of a product but also decides its manufacturing cost. This course will focus on PLASTICS. They are organic polymers of high molecular mass. Because of their properties like ease of manufacturing, versatility and imperviousness to water they have a wide range of applications from toy industries to space explorations. Plastics are more varied and complicated compared to other materials like metals. As time passes they shrink and creep. They change their properties with change in temperature. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/course/designing-plastic-products-injection-moulding Write to us at [email protected]
Views: 14111 Dsource Ekalpa India
Injection Molding Animation
 
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A tronicarts 3D-animation which shows the injection molding process. The video shows: the finished plastic part, the injection molding tool, the machine, the injection process and the ejection of the part. We also produce personalized versions for your business. Please contact us: [email protected] www.tronicarts.de
hand injection mould design / injection molding types of plastic
 
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http://www.SincoMold.com/ Email: [email protected] hand injection mould design / injection molding types of plastic
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Designing of Plastic Products for Injection Moulding - Rib Combined
 
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The proper knowledge of materials and its manufacturing process helps a designer to select the best material as per its application. A good designer always consider the limitations and constraints of the materials in design phase since materials not only affects the aesthetics of a product but also decides its manufacturing cost. This course will focus on PLASTICS. They are organic polymers of high molecular mass. Because of their properties like ease of manufacturing, versatility and imperviousness to water they have a wide range of applications from toy industries to space explorations. Plastics are more varied and complicated compared to other materials like metals. As time passes they shrink and creep. They change their properties with change in temperature. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/course/designing-plastic-products-injection-moulding Write to us at [email protected]
Views: 2603 Dsource Ekalpa India
PLASTIC PRODUCT DESIGN - CLOSE VOLUME-1
 
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#PLASTIC_PRODUCT_DESIGN #CLOSE_VOLUME #PLASTIC_DOMAIN
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Designing of Plastic Products for Injection Moulding - Adhesives
 
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Designing of Plastic Products for Injection Moulding is a course by Prof. Vijay. P. Bapat and Shiv Kumar Verma from IDC IIT Bombay. The video covers range of adhesives available for various plastics, it briefly also explains the basic science behind adhesive and their classification along with types of stresses induced and joint designs. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/course/designing-plastic-products-injection-moulding Write to us at [email protected]
Views: 8554 Dsource Ekalpa India
Designing of Plastic Products for Injection Moulding - Lecture Weldlines
 
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The proper knowledge of materials and its manufacturing process helps a designer to select the best material as per its application. A good designer always consider the limitations and constraints of the materials in design phase since materials not only affects the aesthetics of a product but also decides its manufacturing cost. This course will focus on PLASTICS. They are organic polymers of high molecular mass. Because of their properties like ease of manufacturing, versatility and imperviousness to water they have a wide range of applications from toy industries to space explorations. Plastics are more varied and complicated compared to other materials like metals. As time passes they shrink and creep. They change their properties with change in temperature. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/course/designing-plastic-products-injection-moulding Write to us at [email protected]
Views: 3525 Dsource Ekalpa India
What is an Undercut?
 
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This video simply demonstrates the use of side actions to solve undercuts in a part design in the injection molding process.
Plastic Injection Moulding Realistic Interview, or Viva Voce
 
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Ignore text-bookish interview videos, where you are just a ring-side observer. Instead, engage yourself in realistic professional interviews at www.InterviewMax.com. These are the type of interviews you must face, and pass – if you want to ensure a successful career in line with your hard-earned qualifications. In InterviewMax professional interviews, you are a participant and involve yourself. You feel the heat of the interview, and experience the consequences!!! This interview (Plastic Injection Molding Interviews) has been extracted from the ‘Plastics Engineering Interview Simulator and Trainer’ that has 54 topics and over 5000 questions embedded into Interview Simulator. For example, Injection moulding, Microstructure development in slow crystallizing and fast crystallizing polymers, molecular orientation, effect of crystallinity on material properties, volumetric and anisotropic shrinkage, weld lines and methods of removal of weld lines. Gas injection moulding – types, process modeling, gas dissolution, gas fingering, unstable gas penetration, water injection moulding, classification of different water injectors, injection foam moulding-types, microcellular injection foam moulding, nucleation and pressure profiles during filling, powder metal injection moulding - process and steps involved, microinjection moulding - types and process details, reactive injection moulding. The Interview Simulator & Trainer helps every Plastics Engineering Professional to respond meaningfully on the spot – in job interviews, viva examinations, technical presentations, client interactions etc. Want to know how it can transform your life? Visit www.InterviewMax.com. Attend your next interview or viva examination with an undue advantage! This simulator gives you the realistic professional interview experience – any number of times, until you reach the level of interaction that is required by your dream job. It is customisable! You can choose the specific topics for each of your interview/viva examinations from: Applications of plastics, Identification of Plastics, Plastics in packaging, Waste Management & Recycling, Bio-Polymers & Bio-Plastics, Nanotechnology & Advanced Applications, Physics of Plastics, Plastic Injection Moulding, Plastic Extrusion, Plastic Blow Moulding, Plastic Thermoforming, Compression & Transfer Moulding, Plastic Calendaring, Mechanics of Composites, Polymer Chemistry, Polymer Composites & Blends, Polymer Compounding, Polymer Rheology, Product Design, Speciality Polymers & Applications, Hydraulics & Pneumatics, Metrology & Quality Control, CAD/CAM and CIM, Industrial Automation & Robotics, Mechatronics, Mould & Die Design, Industrial Engineering, Electrical Drives & Controls, Electrical Machines, Electronic Instrumentation, PLC & SCADA Applications, Chemical Process Safety, Corrosion Engineering, Mechanical Operations for plastics engineers. Reliability Engineering, Project Management, Engineering Habits of Mind, Critical Thinking, 21st Century Skills, Product Design Methodology, Energy Conservation, Engineering Economics, Engineering Ethics, Ergonomics & Human Factors, Safety, Responsibility & Rights, Industrial Relations, Office/Factory Management, Operations Research, Production Management, Engineering Marketing, Behavioural Science, Finance for Engineers, Quality Assurance, World Class Manufacturing of plastic products and accessories. (Each of the above topics contains 80 to 110 questions.)
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Designing of Plastic Products for Injection Moulding - Weldlines Animation
 
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The proper knowledge of materials and its manufacturing process helps a designer to select the best material as per its application. A good designer always consider the limitations and constraints of the materials in design phase since materials not only affects the aesthetics of a product but also decides its manufacturing cost. This course will focus on PLASTICS. They are organic polymers of high molecular mass. Because of their properties like ease of manufacturing, versatility and imperviousness to water they have a wide range of applications from toy industries to space explorations. Plastics are more varied and complicated compared to other materials like metals. As time passes they shrink and creep. They change their properties with change in temperature. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/course/designing-plastic-products-injection-moulding Write to us at [email protected]
plastic mould and die / plastic design solutions ltd / plastic products co ltd
 
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http://www.SincoMold.com/ Email: [email protected] plastic mould and die / plastic design solutions ltd
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Injection Molding Plastic Parts - Mold Design Tips For Manufacturing (Part 1)
 
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In this short video, we will cover some of the things to consider with making injection molded parts. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE HERE: https://goo.gl/sYY9mu Also check out some of my cool inventions: http://www.soundlazer.com http://www.soniclevitation.com http://www.richardhaberkern.com --- https://business.facebook.com/inventiontherapy/ https://www.soundlazer.com/shop/ https://www.soundlazer.com/eurorack/ http://www.richardhaberkern.com http://www.inventiontherapy.com
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Designing of Plastic Products for Injection Moulding - Lecture Topbottom Treatment
 
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The proper knowledge of materials and its manufacturing process helps a designer to select the best material as per its application. A good designer always consider the limitations and constraints of the materials in design phase since materials not only affects the aesthetics of a product but also decides its manufacturing cost. This course will focus on PLASTICS. They are organic polymers of high molecular mass. Because of their properties like ease of manufacturing, versatility and imperviousness to water they have a wide range of applications from toy industries to space explorations. Plastics are more varied and complicated compared to other materials like metals. As time passes they shrink and creep. They change their properties with change in temperature. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/course/designing-plastic-products-injection-moulding Write to us at [email protected]
Views: 2559 Dsource Ekalpa India
How to Design and Manufacture a Product
 
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It can be quite a challenge to find a manufacturer -- one you like working with and whose factory produces a quality product at a fair price. Here are some tips on how to navigate through the process of finding one, as well as how to optimize your relationship with your manufacturer so that you -- and your customers -- are happy. For more infor visit: http://www.focuspdm.com/ Step 1: Creating a Prototype Creating a working prototype or finding someone who can do it for you is the first step in the manufacturing process. During my early days, I was able to sew most of my prototypes. But as my product, Planecomfort, was refined and the components used and the skills necessary to create the product I envisioned moved beyond my sewing expertise, I knew I needed help. Searching online, I found a wonderful yet small cut-and-sew business in northern California called Left in Stitches. This relationship proved valuable to me in a number of ways. They not only helped refine my original prototype, but they offered many suggestions and ideas for making the product easier to manufacture. Many of these smaller domestic companies offer prototyping services that are invaluable to new entrepreneurs. Once you have a prototype, there is quality and design testing and tweaking. At each stage of development, and every time I received the newer version of my product, I washed, dried, pulled, stretched, zipped, unzipped, and put my product through the proverbial "ringer." Making sure your product will exceed your customers' expectations is a sure way to keep them coming back and referring your product to others. Ideally, you want to have a dozen or so finished prototypes. Manufacturers will want one or two samples sent to them as a reference to compare to the finished product their factory is making. I thought I would be able to use Left in Stitches for the long term, but due to logistical reasons and production costs, I had to find an overseas manufacturer. Moving your manufacturing operations overseas means you want large quantities (usually thousands) of the item you are producing. If you want hundreds of something, you may be better off working with a domestic manufacturer. Step 2: Finding a Manufacturer I located my overseas manufacturers through referrals, which provided me with an immediate level of comfort and confidence with these factories. One referral came from a fabric manufacturer. Most fabric manufacturers have relationships with product manufacturers. Another factory was referred to me by a marketing services company. This company manufactures both soft and hard goods and was happy to provide their contact with another business opportunity. Call domestic manufacturers and inquire about their overseas connections. Ask everyone you know if they know someone who manufactures the type of products you are creating. Search online for companies with products similar to yours and call them. Who do they use? How did they get started? My experience is that most people will want to help you. I found it was best to work with at least two different companies when trying to decide who will win your business. Who is easiest to work with? Who meets (or beats) your expectations? Is one more knowledgeable than the other? Having a comparison is essential to ensure you are getting a quality product at a fair price. There are two common ways you can deal with overseas manufacturing. You can find a broker or agent in the U.S. that represents the factory, or deal with a factory directly. Once you have determined who you might like to work with, you must check references on your contact and the factory. Some of the important questions to ask: Was the product made to specifications? What percentage of the shipment was defective? If there was a problem with the shipment, did the factory make restitution? Were deadlines met? If not, what did the factory offer to make amends? Is what was promised delivered? How is the quality of goods they produce? How long have you worked with this person and factory? How many orders have you placed? Is your contact easy to work with? Is he/she responsive to calls and emails? What type of projects does the factory excel in producing? Soft goods, hard goods? What types of companies do they normally work with? Who is responsible for landing the goods in the U.S.? Text by Ann Merlini, founder of Pac'n Nap, LLC. For more information on How to Design and Manufacture a Product visit: http://www.focuspdm.com/
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plastic mold business / plastic product design jobs / plastic products factory
 
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http://www.SincoMold.com/ Email: [email protected] plastic mold business / plastic product design jobs / plastic products factory
Views: 480 SincoMold
Injection Molding 101: Undercuts
 
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Undercuts are items that interfere with the removal of either half of the mold. Undercuts can appear just about anywhere in the design. These are just as unacceptable, if not worse than a lack of a draft angle on the part. However, some undercuts are necessary and/or unavoidable. In those instances, necessary undercuts are produced by sliding/moving parts in the mold. Keep in mind that creating undercuts is more costly when producing the mold and should be kept to a minimum. For more, read our Injection Molding Guide: https://www.jayconsystems.com/tutorials/cat/tutorials/post/engineering-guidelines-to-designing-plastic-parts-for-injection-molding/ Get an instant injection molding quote with or without a part: https://www.jayconsystems.com/injection-molding.html
Views: 20204 Jaycon Systems
Assembly design: injection mold for plastic materials
 
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injection mold for plastic materials: Designed, developed and manufactured by Sòphia. Moreover Sòphia followed the installation and the implementation on site, technical reporting and the first moulding test.
Views: 3945 SÒPHIA HIGH TECH
Designing of Plastic Products for Injection Moulding - Animation Painting Guns
 
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Designing of Plastic Products for Injection Moulding is a course by Prof. Vijay. P. Bapat and Shiv Kumar Verma from IDC IIT Bombay. The clip describes the different types of a plastic piece movement and spray application directions. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/course/designing-plastic-products-injection-moulding Write to us at [email protected]
Views: 1987 Dsource Ekalpa India
Designing of Plastic Products for Injection Moulding - Lecture Filling
 
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The proper knowledge of materials and its manufacturing process helps a designer to select the best material as per its application. A good designer always consider the limitations and constraints of the materials in design phase since materials not only affects the aesthetics of a product but also decides its manufacturing cost. This course will focus on PLASTICS. They are organic polymers of high molecular mass. Because of their properties like ease of manufacturing, versatility and imperviousness to water they have a wide range of applications from toy industries to space explorations. Plastics are more varied and complicated compared to other materials like metals. As time passes they shrink and creep. They change their properties with change in temperature. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/course/designing-plastic-products-injection-moulding Write to us at [email protected]
Views: 1214 Dsource Ekalpa India
Blow molding
 
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Blow molding is the process of inflating a hot, hollow, thermoplastic preform or parison inside a closed mold so its shape conforms to that of the mold cavity. A wide variety of hollow parts, including plastic bottles, can be produced from many different plastics using this process. There are three basic blow molding processes: Stretch Blow Molding; Injection Blow Molding; Extrusion Blow Molding. Stretch Blow Molding This process involves the production of hollow objects, such as bottles, having biaxial molecular orientation. Biaxial orientation provides enhanced physical properties, clarity, and gas barrier properties, which are all important in products such as bottles for carbonated beverages. There are two distinct stretch blow molding techniques. In the one-stage process, preforms are injection molded, conditioned to the proper temperature, and blown into containers—all in one continuous process. This technique is most effective in specialty applications, such as wide-mouthed jars, where very high production rates are not a requirement. In the two-stage process, preforms are injection molded, stored for a short period of time (typically 1 to 4 days), and blown into containers using a reheat-blow (RHB) machine. Because of the relatively high cost of molding and RHB equipment, this is the best technique for producing high volume items such as carbonated beverage bottles. Injection Blow Molding In the injection blow molding process, the material is injection molded. The hot material, still on the core pin, is then indexed to the blow molding station where it is blown into a bottle and allowed to cool. For processing PET it is critical that this core pin be cooled. The bottle is then indexed to the next station and ejected. Injection blow molding allows more precise detail in the neck and finish (threaded) area than extrusion blow molding. Little, if any, improvement in physical properties is realized in the injection blow molding process since very little orientation occurs. Further, the injection blow molding process is normally limited to the production of relatively small bottles, i.e., 180 mL (6 fluid oz) or less. Eastapak polymer 9921 has been successfully used in the injection stretch blow molded process. Extrusion Blow Molding The extrusion blow molding process begins with the conventional extrusion of a parison or tube, using a die similar to that used for making plastic pipe. The parison is commonly extruded downward between the two halves of an open blow mold. When the parison reaches the proper length, the mold closes, catching and holding the neck end open and pinching the bottom end closed. A rod-like blow pin is inserted into the neck end of the hot parison to simultaneously form the threaded opening and to inflate the parison inside the mold cavity. After the bottle cools, the mold opens to eject the bottle. The excess plastic is trimmed from the neck and bottom pinch-off areas. Extrusion blow molding: Can be used to process many different plastics, including HDPE, PVC, PC, PP, and PETG. Requires relatively small capital investment in equipment; Is suitable for small production runs. Eastman products sold into the extrusion blow molding market are Eastar copolyester GN046, Eastar copolyester 6763, Eastar copolyester GN077 and Eastar copolyester GN071.
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plastic product and mould design ltd / plastic mould tool design
 
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http://www.SincoMold.com/ Email: [email protected] plastic product and mould design ltd / plastic mould tool design
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CATIA V5 Plastic Part Design   close volume with features(Powercopy) Tutorial -4
 
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#closevolumeincatia #catiaclosevolume #closevolumecatia #plasticclosevolumeincatiav5 #booleanoperationincatiav5 #remasteringincatiav5 #surfacingpartsclosevolume #plasticproductdesignclosevolume #plasticpartdesignincatia #draftanalysisincatiav5 #curvatureanalysisincatiav5 #catia #catiav5 #powercopyincatia #powercopyincatiav5
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Designing of Plastic Products for Injection Moulding - Printing
 
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The proper knowledge of materials and its manufacturing process helps a designer to select the best material as per its application. A good designer always consider the limitations and constraints of the materials in design phase since materials not only affects the aesthetics of a product but also decides its manufacturing cost. This course will focus on PLASTICS. They are organic polymers of high molecular mass. Because of their properties like ease of manufacturing, versatility and imperviousness to water they have a wide range of applications from toy industries to space explorations. Plastics are more varied and complicated compared to other materials like metals. As time passes they shrink and creep. They change their properties with change in temperature. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/course/designing-plastic-products-injection-moulding Write to us at [email protected]
PLASTIC PART DESIGN -FIXATION AND TYPES OF FIXATION
 
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#plasticdesignguidlines #plasticpartdesignguidelines #plasticpartdesign #draftanalysisincatia #partingline #partinglineplasticpartdesign #wallthicknessinplasticpartdesign #closevolume #undercutincatia #platicinterviewquetions
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SOLIDWORKS Plastics – Runner Design Function
 
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See more at: http://www.goengineer.com or http://www.goengineer.com/products/solidworks-plastics/ or http://www.goengineer.com/govideochannel/ Learn about the Runner Design Function for Shell models in SOLIDWORKS Plastics. QuickTips video presented by Tony Botting of GoEngineer.
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injection mould tool design / injection molding of plastic products
 
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http://www.SincoMold.com/ Email: [email protected] injection mould tool design / injection molding of plastic products
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Elkhart Plastics, Inc. - Engineering Rotational Molded Parts
 
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Elkhart Plastics, Inc. is a trustworthy resource for product design and engineering. We understand that your product is unique. That’s why our in-house design and tooling staff is trained to create tooling solutions that meet your unique requirements in the most cost-effective manner possible. Elkhart Plastics, Inc., a privately held American company, is one of the largest custom rotational molding companies in the United States. With over 600 employees and over 30 years in business, we have the experience and knowledge to make any unique part using the rotational molding process. Our facilities in Middlebury, Elkhart, South Bend, Littleton, Portland, and Atlantic, use the most advanced rotation molding equipment in the industry. We create custom plastics in virtually every application imaginable, in lengths up to 160 inches, and an almost endless variety of shapes and thicknesses. From storage tanks to boat seating and agricultural applications to waste bins, Elkhart Plastics is trusted by companies throughout the country to provide a rotationally molded plastic solution custom designed to meet their needs. Elkhart Plastics, Inc. has six locations across the United States with an impressive capacity for rotomolded plastic products. Our diesel tanks, septic tanks, holding tanks, water tanks, DEF tanks are used in many of the major brands you know and trust. We also rotomold plastic seating and furniture you have probably sat on at some point in your life. Not only can we quickly produce or reproduce any of your plastic molded products, we can also create custom molded products and have in-house design and engineering support departments nationwide to help get your design tested, perfected, and molded. Our molded plastic products are of the highest quality by an American company who cares about the end result and has superior customer service.
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Reimagining Plastic: Turning Waste into Products | earthrise
 
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The explosion of plastic waste across the globe is threatening the very survival of life on the planet. Every year, up to 12 million metric tonnes of plastic enter our oceans, and plastic waste in the environment is set to triple in the next decade - poisoning marine life, littering landscapes and clogging waterways. "The scale of the plastic problem is huge ... If you look at our current economy it's predominantly linear. We take a material out of the ground, we make something out of it and then the majority of that material gets thrown away," says Dame Ellen MacArthur, the founder of Ellen MacArthur Foundation. "We need to shift that economy to be one that uses materials rather than uses them up ... To build a circular economy for plastic ... we need to redesign the way we think about plastics, the way we design plastics, and the way we use plastics. So we need to eliminate the plastic that we don't need. We need to innovate for different forms of plastic, which are 100 percent recyclable, and we need to look at how we circulate plastics - designing a system whereby that material is collected, has value and feeds back into the system ... There is a massive opportunity to redesign our global economy." Awareness is on the rise and experts report that surveys reveal a sense of true determination throughout the world to solve the plastic issue. earthrise went to Cameroon and the UK to look at solutions to ridding the world of our most pressing waste. Cameroon's Bottle Boats Ismael Essoume is a young businessman in Cameroon, who is cleaning up the country from plastic waste by picking up bottles that litter the natural environment and turning them into eco-boats. He says it can help the environment as well as local fishermen. "The pollution affected the river and now you cannot catch fish because the fishing area is full of plastic," he says. "So I thought to help not only clean the rivers but also to provide boats because it's not easy in the villages for someone to buy a simple boat, so now we build cheaper eco-boats that could be useful." To date, he has built 37 boats which have removed over 24,000 bottles from Douala's rivers. Essoume has also created Cameroon's first recycling scheme by establishing eco-bins - made from 255 bottles - where locals can discard their plastic bottles. His initiative is not only raising awareness, it is changing the way Cameroonians approach waste. "We want our city to be the example in Africa," he says. "We aim to supply eco-bins in the areas of Douala, all the corners in front of all the shops, the supermarket, the school, so it will be easy to come and pick up the waste and recycle it. That is the vision." All Chewed Up In England, we look at one of the world's stickiest problems - chewing gum. The UK has a particularly bad problem with this plastic pollutant. But now a new invention could spell the end of the scourge. Enviro-entrepreneur Anna Bullus has put in place a network of pink gum bins, which are themselves made of recycled gum. As consumers discard their gum, the bins and their contents are sent off to be processed and recycled into a range of stylish products from shoes to coffee cups. "All the solutions out there at the moment all address gum litter once it's already been dropped. There is nothing out there that's actually addressing it from the front end," she says. "So I saw a gap in the market for a product like this and also a way of tackling behavioural change when it comes to gum litter and giving people a positive way to dispose of their chewing gum." The invention is keeping streets gum free and paving the way for a new type of recycling. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: https://www.aljazeera.com/
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A level Product Design revision Types of Metals A2 and AS
 
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A level Product Design revision on Types of Metals, ferrous metals Non-ferrous and alloys. includes some exam type questions.
Mechanical Design: Plastic Injection Molding Video 1
 
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Full lesson at: https://tinyurl.com/y9ks5pzo Powered by http://www.designtheproduct.com More info: http://www.mypipelineacademy.com Among modern manufacturing processes plastic injection molding is arguably the most common (i.e. produces the largest quantity of parts). Tooling is expensive, so it doesn’t make sense to you injection molding unless you have high volumes across which your tooling cost can be amortized. Typically this means at least 1,000 parts, though in truly high volume applications hundreds of thousands or even millions of parts might be made by a single tool. Injection molded parts must have a constant wall thickness; otherwise, the parts will have cosmetic blemishes and the molded geometry may deviate significantly from the intended design. There are hundreds (thousands?) of different plastic materials that can be molded, but some of the most common are ABS, Nylon, polypropylene, polycarbonate. Plastic Injection Molding, Learn mechanical design free, online mechanical design course, Engineering course online free, Free Online engineering, Mechanical engineering class, Pipeline Academy, Solidworks tutorial, RMS Solidworks, Engineering Services Arizona, Arizona Engineering, Product Design Arizona, Product development Arizona, Mechanical Design Arizona, MFG Processes, manufacturing processes
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38 Creative Ideas with Plastic Bottles
 
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