injection or co-injection molded parts.
applications of slow crystallizing resin like poly (lactic acid).
optical quality (lenses, etc.) applications where a minimum of
birefringence could be developed.
color parts, both high and low gloss applications.
Polystyrene (high melting point polymer) molding
where low residue stress and high dimensional stability are required.
One current example is pipe fittings, which is a very cycle-time
that are plated. These
parts generally require a low stress surface.
high mold surface temperature at injection should provide better
reproduction of that surface
and like promote better uniformity of gloss across the surface.
of the weldlines from the molded plastics parts.
control of mold surface temperature which provides optimum part
setting process of stretch blow molded poly (ethylene terephthalate).