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What does LIM stand for?

LIM stands for Liquid Injection Molding

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KEG-2000 series liquid injection molding system (LIMS) products are supplied in two components which are mixed in a 1:1 ratio to ensure easy and accurate blending with optimized physical and processing properties.
With more than 20 years of molding experience in the medical industry; ProMed's capabilities include: Molding Technologies: * Liquid Injection Molding * Transfer Molding * RTV/Casting * High Consistency Injection Molding * Plastic Injection Molding Processing Capabilities: * Value Added/Assembly Operation - ProMed's fastest growing portion of the business is in its value added area.
Liquid Injection Molding (LIM) * Compression Molding * Transfer Molding * Custom Compounding * Plastic Injection Molding * TPE Molding * Over Molding * Insert Molding * Rapid Prototyping * Hot Stamping * Sub-Assembly * Mold Making * Full Service Quality Assurance * Class 10,000 Clean Room Da/Pro offers complete in-house capabilities including prototyping, design moldability assistance, compound development, laboratory testing, mold construction, sub-assembly, hot stamping, over molding, full service quality assurance with 100% inspection and a class 10,000 clean room for molding health care and other precision molded rubber parts requiring special handling.
The platform for the symposium will focus on innovations in liquid injection molding system technology including; molding and process equipment, molds, dispensing equipment and materials, along with dedicated tracks addressing issues and advancements in multi-component applications for liquid silicone rubber, an increasingly vital topic in the medical, consumer and automotive markets.
branch of Ohemix Machinery Japan, which wants a piece of the fast-growing market for liquid injection molding (LIM) of silicone rubber.