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Reducing Clamping Force Requirements via Virtual DoE

SIGMASOFT finds optimum gating to reduce injection pressure Read more

4 Jun 2019 15:12 guest blogs

Fig. 1 Temperature distribution on the mould core for the initially planned common mould steel (left), as well as the core inserts out of CuBe B2 (middle) and Moldmax HH (right)

SIGMA Engineering GmbH

At Moulding Expo 2019 (21-24 May in Stuttgart, Germany) SIGMA Engineering GmbH from Aachen, Germany, will exhibit its Sigmasoft Virtual Molding technology. Read more

machinery

Sigma, sister company of Magma, has released an autonomous optimisation option for its Sigmasoft package. Read more

industry

German processing software specialist SIGMA will show its 'game changer' moulding control system on the TecPart stand at Fakuma. Read more

industry

Innovation Plasturgie Composites have pioneered the use of Sigmasoft Virtual Moulding for over six years. Read more

industry

At K 2016, SIGMA Engineering will debut both virtual and real production taking place in parallel on one booth. Read more

industry

Momentive

Imge credit: CVA Silicone

Momentive Performance Materials Inc. is bringing its Silopren liquid silicone rubber to Fakuma, showcasing the material in a variety of live demonstrations in collaboration with industry partners. Read more

industry

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    Figure 1 – A moulder wanted to switch production of an injection moulded part from a 700 tonne machine to a 500 tonne machine. Via virtual DoE it was possible to modify the position of the injection points. Thereby SIGMA found, among over a hundred possible gating configurations, the one that reduces pressure demand most, and thus minimises clamping force (green mark).

  • Fig. 1 Temperature distribution on the mould core for the initially planned common mould steel (left), as well as the core inserts out of CuBe B2 (middle) and Moldmax HH (right)

    SIGMA Engineering GmbH

    Fig. 1 Temperature distribution on the mould core for the initially planned common mould steel (left), as well as the core inserts out of CuBe B2 (middle) and Moldmax HH (right)

    Fig. 1 Temperature distribution on the mould core for the initially planned common mould steel (left), as well as the core inserts out of CuBe B2 (middle) and Moldmax HH (right)

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