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What is Micro Injection Molding?
Micro injection molding is a specialized manufacturing process that produces small, intricate plastic parts with high precision and accuracy. This technique is an extension of traditional injection molding, commonly used for the mass production of plastic components.
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Loss-in-weight
Loss-in-weight technology is a gravimetric dosing method crucial in the plastics industry and helpful in material handling and blending processes. In this context, the methodology involves continuously measuring the weight of a container or hopper containing plastic material as it is dispensed, a method termed “loss-in-weight.”
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Balance Technology
A significant contributor to the precision and efficiency of our dosing units is Balance Technology, an advanced innovation featured in models like the MDS Balance and MHBS Blender, among others. At its core is a load cell with loss-in-weight capabilities, revolutionizing material dispersion for heightened accuracy.
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PET Preforms
PET, or Polyethylene Terephthalate, packages 70% of carbonated soft drinks, including fruit juices, dilutable beverages, and bottled water. PET has a lower carbon impact than alternatives and is lightweight, strong, safe, and long-lasting. In addition, PET is the world’s most recyclable plastic, as it can be recycled into rPET (recycled…
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Injection Molding vs Blow Molding
This article will cover the differences between blow molding and injection molding, including their strengths, consistency, durability, and material usage. By the end of this article, you will better understand which manufacturing method is best suited for your plastic product needs.
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What is Extrusion? Applications – Process – Steps
Extrusion is a common manufacturing process to create a variety of products that we use daily. Therefore, we’re all directly connected to extrusion. The thermoplastic pipe industry alone is expected to be worth $4.8 billion by 2030, with a CAGR of approximately 5.5%. Still, it’s only a minor part of…
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What is inline dosing?
Inline dosing means that a product is added directly to the flow of the main material. Often, inline dosing works by dispersing additives directly at the inlet of the processing machine, also known as direct dosing in the plastics industry.
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