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Extrusion die for medical tubing

The one-piece tooling body on the new Series 819 EZ, a low-volume precision MediFlow extrusion die, enables quick access to eliminate material residue and minimizes tooling downtime, reports Guill Tool & Engineering, its manufacturer. The die likely will see use in extrusion of very fine medical or other tubing. The Series 819 EZ has minimum concentricity and wall thickness tolerances of 0.00508mm. This die is able to extrude products at sizes from 0.01270-0.63500cm. The removal of the die holder offers access for cleaning of the body and the diverters.

The one-piece tooling body on the new Series 819 EZ, a low-volume precision MediFlow extrusion die, enables quick access to eliminate material residue and minimizes tooling downtime, reports Guill Tool & Engineering, its manufacturer. The die likely will see use in extrusion of very fine medical or other tubing. The Series 819 EZ has minimum concentricity and wall thickness tolerances of 0.00508mm. This die is able to extrude products at sizes from 0.01270-0.63500cm. The removal of the die holder offers access for cleaning of the body and the diverters. After cleaning the die, reassembly requires only one part having to be replaced. Guill Tool & Engineering Co. Inc., West Warwick, RI, U.S.A.; +1 401-828-7600; [email protected]; www.guill.com.

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