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These are some of the Tool Design works which we have done: There are seven main steps described below to learn about it: 1. Checking the CAD model geometry against any technological impossibility and improvement of the shape of customer’s designed parts in order to achive the best production and shape results. This includes: Draft analysis and adding where necessary for easy release of plastic model from cavity; Wall thickness and ribs analysis and adding/ modifying where necessary for exculding sink and cosmetic problems on the plastic model. Radiuses analysis and adding/ modifying where neccesary for better plastic flow; Shape analysis of the plastic model, using (CAE) Computer Aided Engineering and modifying it to increase strength ability of the part as well as to absorb impacts without failure; Mold-flow simulation in order to check: the flow ability for a specific material, right injection machine selection and injection gates’ placement. 2. Asking for client’s approval on part proposals and modification. 3. Core and cavity design from improved CAD model and selecting the right parting line layout to get as cheap and easy manufacturing as possible. 4. Mold base standard and size selecting. We are well familiarized with such world  leading brands of standard components as: Meusburger, HASCO, STRACK, Witosa, Ewikon, and others from this field. 5. Detalied mold design: Cavity and core, also insert and slider design; Gating and runner design, also hotrunner selecting if required; Ejector layout design; Cooling layout desing; Adding all secondary mold components where neccesary. 6. Detalied technical drawing for mold assembly and technical drawings for mold components if required. 7. EDM part design and application layout if required. How do we perform a mold design? Tool Design Referring to Tool Design At FORMA-PROIECT SRL we are mainly concerned on: plastic injection molds, stamping and bending tools and different jigs and other auxiliary constructions related to these. Injection mold design represents the majority part from our working activity. More explicit information about mold design can be found here. Page: Page: Two cavities mold, two angled sliders, banana-gate inserts splitted in two halves. Four cavities 2+2 (left, right) mold, four sliders, with cooling brought on all sliders. Family mold 2+2 with non-standard sliding system for vertical sliders. Four cavities mold, eight lifters for right ejecting of the plastic part. Two cavities mold, six sliders, with cooling brought on all sliders.