Parting Line Position Hammond consulted with Smith Foundry on material choice since the part would be converted from A36 mild steel to ductile iron.
What does P/L stand for?
P/L stands for Parting Line (moldmaking)
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- Packaging and Interconnecting
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It is placed between platens on the parting line, which are then subjected to pressure upon clamp closing using minimal clamp tonnage.
Mold & Engineering offers silicone vacuum seals in two sizes for parting line sealing of silicone and rubber molds.
After being clamped up and placed around the parting line of a mold, Pressurex reveals whether the pressure is evenly distributed on the parting line.
Progressive's new RF series of date stamp and ID inserts remain flush during operation while enabling installation of the date ring from the parting line.
Through exhaustive research and development in heat dispersion and dissipation in various computer and actual mold models, the company is said to have determined the ideal size and location of these power rods, in proximity to the parting line on most standard mold configurations.
That includes removing the gating systems, removing sand and scale (shot blasting), grinding parting lines, welding and gauging (if necessary), inspection and shipping.
For controlling the sequence of openings for parting lines within a mold, Progressive Components has introduced its new roller pullers, which, the company says, provide the following advantages: * smooth, friction-free action that is ideal for cleanroom operations; * no requirement for grease on external components; * a spring "sight window" for adjusting pull force; and * a mounting pattern compatible with industry standards.