Many plastic parts are challenging to mold within tolerance on the first, second and sometimes third shot. Many factors affect the shrink and warp of the part. Because of the traditionally high cost of simulation, many shops still opt for machining the cavity to a steel safe condition, molding the part and then reworking the mold according to the deformation.
In this webinar you will learn how some shops have found cost-effective means of simulation and easy modification of the mold geometry.
View this webinar and see how winning tool shops mold good parts at first shot!
See how these shops are able to:
- Utilize cost-effective CAE tools
- Use Advanced Warping tools to modify geometry with a deformation compensation percentage
- Use efficient toolpathing with multiple surface offset groups to minimize CAD work
- Provide shorter lead times to their customers