Don’t Sink the Boat

Don’t Sink the Boat

Sink marks are a common defect, in plastic injection molding, that are costly to fix, frustrating and not very pleasing! Reducing sink marks early in the design process using SOLIDWORKS Plastics achieves a better finished part.

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Don’t Forget Your Glass

Don’t Forget Your Glass

The SOLIDWORKS Plastics database gives you several options to control the percentage of glass added. Having both standard databases with glass already added to several materials, you can also change that amount if needed or suggested by the manufacturer.

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Overboard with Overmolding

Overboard with Overmolding

Overmolding is present in two different situations; the first is the overmolding of metal, such as a computer connector, and the second is overmolding of plastic, such as a toothbrush during manufacturing. SOLIDWORKS Plastics can handle both situations.

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Plastics, Starting from Beginning

Plastics, Starting from Beginning

To be a good vendor of custom molding, you should have the ability to fulfill the demand from the customer and the plastic market. You can cut times by analyzing the filling stage; the determinations are a necessity to improve the production rate without neglecting the quality performance of the product produced. This element can give the benefit to the industry to achieve profitability and survive in this challenging plastic industry.

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Living a Balanced Work Life

Living a Balanced Work Life

Designers and engineers face a multitude of challenges whenever they approach an injection molding machine. One that has persisted for years is the difficulty of getting multi-cavity tools to produce identical parts. SOLIDWORKS Plastics can balance the runner system to fill the parts evenly.

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