D-M-E launches revolutionary tool to save on mold costs: QUICK STRIP
This revolutionary idea was conceived by a reputed mold maker. In order to be able to offer a competitive product, he devised a system that will save up to 50% on mold costs.
The Quick Strip eliminates the need for ejector plates. The savings do not, however, merely pertain to the ejector plates, risers, clamping plates, and ejection pins. It is also possible to install an improved mold-cooling system where ejection pins were creating obstacles in the past. Furthermore, savings are made on cycle time by the elimination of the ejection stroke. And, in addition, there is also the cosmetic advantage - no marks of the ejection pins on the product.
The Quick Strip, in the meantime patented, has been tested extensively and was further finetuned.
D-M-E, as the worldwide distributor of "standard" products, has added this revolutionary novel article to its product range in 3 standard sizes that are available off the shelf.
Expectations are high! The Quick Strip system can be used with some 15% of all applications. It is being offered with full support services, including a film presentation and 3D data, made available on the D-M-E website.
DME Normalien GmbH
D-M-E Company is an essential mold technologies resource to customers worldwide. In addition to offering the plastics industry's broadest range of market-leading products, D-M-E provides unsurpassed knowledge, a global logistics infrastructure, and exceptional service every step of the way. This support ensures that customers get the speed, accuracy, and quality they need across D-M-E's complete line of hot runner systems, control systems, mold bases and components, mold making and molding equipment and supplies. A subsidiary of Milacron, Inc., D-M-E also manufactures and sells standard tooling for the die-casting industry. Visit www.dmeeu.com for more information.
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