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Injection mould tool manufacture in less than five days. / Jacobson, D.; Bocking, C.; Rennie, Allan E. W.

9 p. Society of Manufacturing Engineers. 2002, Technical Paper.

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Jacobson, D. ; Bocking, C. ; Rennie, Allan E. W. / Injection mould tool manufacture in less than five days. 2002. Society of Manufacturing Engineers. 9 p.

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abstract = "Using novel rapid prototyping (RP) technology combined with established electroforming tehniques and electro-discharge machining (EDM), injection mould tools have been produced in days rather than weeks. These moulds are manufactured in new silicon-aluminium alloys developed by Osprey Metals, containing 50% or more silicon. The synthesis of these processes shows great potential for use in the rapid tooling sector.",
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