At 04:59 PM 1/8/98 -0500, you wrote:
>John German wrote:
>> Part dimensions shouldn't exceed 14" x 18" and around 10 inches in depth.
>Why can you build only small parts (14"X18#X10")? Our process for making
>epoxy/composite injection has produced parts much larger and with great
>Conceptual Reality L.L.C.
We have built much larger molds with epoxy tooling, however, I was referring
to the limits of our injection molding machines 'IN HOUSE'. We could build
any size mold we want, however the biggest molder we have in house is a 300
ton press, and all other work must be molded outside.
But as far as size, I havn't heard of a limit yet that can't be done with
- John German
- Ralph S. Alberts Co.
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