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  • What Is Compression Molding and How Does It Work?

    What Is Compression Molding and How Does It Work?0

    When researching some of the different ways rubber parts are made, you may come across compression molding. Countless rubber, as well as silicone, parts are made by compression molding. Like all molding processes, it involves the use of a mold cavity. Compression molding, however, offers several advantages over other molding processes. What is compression molding

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  • What Is Impact Extrusion?

    What Is Impact Extrusion?0

    When researching the different extrusion processes, you may come across impact extrusion. Like all extrusion processes, it involves forcing material through a die. Impact extrusion is unique, however, because it uses an excessive amount of force when compared to other extrusion processes. What is impact extrusion exactly, and how does it differ from other extrusion

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  • The 4 Primary Approaches to Permanent Mold Casting

    The 4 Primary Approaches to Permanent Mold Casting0

    Permanent mold casting is a casting process that, as the name suggests, involves the use of a permanent mold. Unlike with casting processes, the mold can be reused for multiple casting applications. During permanent mold casting, molten metal is forced into a mold cavity. As it fills the mold cavity, it creates a new object

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  • Rotocasting vs Rotational Molding: What’s the Difference?

    Rotocasting vs Rotational Molding: What’s the Difference?0

    Molding processes are used in the manufacturing industry to create products and components by filling a mold cavity with material. The material is typically heated, and as it fills the mold cavity, it takes the shape of the mold. Once cooled, the casting can be removed from the mold cavity. There are many different types

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  • What Is Permanent Mold Casting?

    What Is Permanent Mold Casting?0

    Molding processes are used to create objects with the assistance of a die. The material — which is typically heated or molten — is poured or otherwise injected into the cavity of a die. As the material fills the surrounding space, it creates a casting in the same shape as the die. Not all molding

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  • Compression Molding vs Injection Molding: What’s the Difference?

    Compression Molding vs Injection Molding: What’s the Difference?0

    Molding is a common type of manufacturing process in which liquid material — typically plastic, rubber or other polymers — is added to a mold cavity to create a product or component. The raw material is usually heated, after which it’s added to a mold cavity. As the raw material cools, it hardens while taking

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