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Distrupol, ENGEL and STV make multi-component moulding easy

Distrupol : 27 February, 2007  (New Product)
Distrupol, ENGEL and STV will unravel the complexities of multi-component injection moulding at the forthcoming ENGEL Moulders
Distrupol, ENGEL and STV will unravel the complexities of multi-component injection moulding at the forthcoming ENGEL Moulders’ Group Technology Event.

This free-of-charge morning seminar, to be repeated in the afternoon, will feature presentations and practical demonstrations to help the moulders to get to grips with multi-component moulding. There will be particular focus on the use of the Babyplast bolt-on injection unit as a low cost, flexible alternative for achieving 2K injection moulding on standard and existing machinery.

Chi Lam, Technical and Training Manager at Distrupol, the leading polymer materials and services provider in the UK, opens the session with practical examples on the variety of applications and the benefits of multi-components’ technology. This will be followed by a discussion on Distrupol’s customer support regarding material selection and compatibility for this process.

He will be followed by Steve Lacey, Director of STV, who will highlight the advantages of employing a Babyplast second injection unit when production volumes or commercial constraints prohibit investing in a dedicated 2K moulding machine. Finally Graeme Herlihy, Managing Director of ENGEL UK, will discuss the various techniques in multi-component moulding, in particular examining the different tooling solutions available for multi-component applications.

Commenting on the event Chi Lam says: “This seminar will guide attendees through the whole multi-component process, from material selection and compatibility, to tooling and machinery solutions. We are looking forward to helping to simplify this specialised manufacturing process, by contributing our knowledge and expertise in providing polymers and supporting services to customers across the plastics processing industry.”
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