volume 35, issue 3, P247-251 1995
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760350305
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Abstract: Abstract Injection molds often contain blocks of dissimilar material for improved cooling; they may also contain blocks of movable metal as a means of ejecting large parts from the mold. In this case, the blocks of metal are made of the same material, but the resistance at the interface between them has a marked influence on the cooling in the local area near the interface. In many other cases, inserts may be required because of wear in a particular mold section, or because efficient mold design is needed to …

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