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Melt Design, Inc. (St. Charles, IL) a leading manufacturer of runnerless injection molding systems, has introduced an anti-drool sprue bar device specially designed for use with stack molds, The patented shut-off device puts plastic drooling problems to rest and can be installed on new sprue bars or retrofitted to fit existing, non-functional ones.

August 23, 2010

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Stack mold drooling eliminated with sprue bar device

Melt Design, Inc. (St. Charles, IL) a leading manufacturer of runnerless injection molding systems, has introduced an anti-drool sprue bar device specially designed for use with stack molds, The patented shut-off device puts plastic drooling problems to rest and can be installed on new sprue bars or retrofitted to fit existing, non-functional ones.

NF_100823_Melt_Design_Low_Res.JPG"Customers using our anti-drool sprue bar device have seen a return on their investment in less than three months' time," says Tom Siwek, General Manager at MDI. "In a world where lean is a top priority, this is one device that can help a company achieve its cost-saving goals very quickly."

Additional features include no internal springs or components to contaminate, dual engagement surface action assuring perfect alignment between the sprue bar and injection molding machine, anti-drool technology located between the machine nozzle and sprue bar that will keep molds running and eliminate the requirement for cleanups, no material wastage, and adaptability for use in conjunction with hot runner systems running on horizontal injection presses with vertical clamps. The system is also compact and easy to install.-[email protected]

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