6085 Strathmoor Dr., Suite 2A, Rockford, IL 61107 815 997-4545 email@example.com Manufacturing Feasibility Analysis Every new project begins with a manufacturing feasibility analysis. The part model is examined to ensure the part has sufficient amounts of draft so the part will release properly from the mold. Part features which could cause premature steel failure are identified and communicated to the client. Undesirable cosmetic issues are reviewed. 2D drawings and 3D model files are compared for compatibility. Modifications to the part model needed for manufacturability are reviewed and included in the quotation. All potential product design improvements are discussed with the client prior to starting the project. www.injecteng.comwww.injecteng.com ftp.injecting.comftp.injecting.com
6085 Strathmoor Dr., Suite 2A, Rockford, IL 61107 815 997-4545 firstname.lastname@example.org www.injecteng.comwww.injecteng.com ftp.injecting.comftp.injecting.com CAE Mold Simulation Gate location and runner size is determine for best filling and packing pattern Uniform and balanced cooling schematic is developed for turbulent flow characteristics Knit lines, flow lines, sink mark are identified Air trap analysis show areas needing venting Shrinkage values are defined Warpage potential is compared to 2D drawing specifications and requirements Initial processing parameters are charted What-if simulations are used to optimize the process and part geometry
6085 Strathmoor Dr., Suite 2A, Rockford, IL 61107 815 997-4545 email@example.com Mold Design www.injecteng.comwww.injecteng.com ftp.injecting.comftp.injecting.com Molds Designed in NX (UG) 3D Solid Model Designs 2D Drawings available as required Mold Components based on USA Sources Designs Based on SPI/SPE Class 101 Standards Preliminary Designs in 3 Days Final Designs in 7-10 Days Multiple Mold Design Packages in Same Time Stack-up Analysis between mating Components
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6085 Strathmoor Dr., Suite 2A, Rockford, IL 61107 815 997-4545 email@example.com Product Design for Manufacturability assistance Stack-up analysis for mating components Comparing 2D drawings to 3D model file reviewed to ensure model features are at mid-point of print tolerance zone Mold building through sub- contractors (Domestic & International Plastic molding (sub-contractors) Project Management assistance Services www.injecteng.comwww.injecteng.com ftp.injecting.comftp.injecting.com
6085 Strathmoor Dr., Suite 2A, Rockford, IL 61107 815 997-4545 firstname.lastname@example.org www.injecteng.comwww.injecteng.com ftp.injecting.comftp.injecting.com EOAT (End-of-arm Tooling) EOAT based on tool design Plastic fixture plates that are both conformal to part and breakable in crash situations Plastic fixture plates are about 1/3 the weight of aluminum EOAT finished when mold is T0 sampling
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