Aluminum for Production Molding Offers Lower Costs, High-Quality Parts
from Plastics Today
Aluminum molds have been used for many years for applications that require lower piece part volumes, such as prototype tooling for part R&D, and using materials that don't damage the cores and cavities. However, aluminum is being used more commonly today even in high-volume production molding applications. In fact, according to Darcy King, president of Unique Tool & Mold: "There are not a lot of applications where you can't use aluminum."
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