Where is all your resin usage going? Let's explore why excess resin usage is not only wasting resin, but also causing unnecessary rework and mold strain!
Dynamic Seal Channel Profile
Vacuum Wing Seal
Vacuum Wing Seal Profile
Resin Channel Profile
There are times in life when things are rather subjective or can change from time to time, one such scenario could be while dining. The waiter reaches over your salad with their pepper grinder hovering and says, "Just Say When" implying you tell them when to stop grinding pepper on top of your salad.
In contrast, when injecting a mold with resin there is a set volume the mold can accept.
Overfilling or underfilling the mold can have impacts on part quality, production performance, and the health of the molding operation, let alone lowering profits and wasting money.
One of the most critical elements of the mold building process is to know which seal or port you need and how to configure the flange design so the mold performs.
Introducing the Infuser Flow Master®, the successor to the Infuser Aviator®. Controlling your production process has never been more affordable!
Gel Time Cause and Effects on Molds and Process.
Vacuum Infusion has continued to hold the spotlight of the FRP molding industry. In itself vacuum infusion (VARTM) is an excellent molding process. Producing products with high fiber load while offering a low entry investment, and is simply to educate staff on. However, many have stumbled with the hype that this "new" process is a drop in replacement for their current production. What are the differences between a product developed via open mold, closed mold (RTM, LRTM, HP-RTM, and vacuum infusion. Is vacuum infusion a drop in replace for your production?!