Excuse my ignorance but I wanna know what LIPTOOL is in detail.
Any information you can give me about LIPTOOL would be greatly
Thanks in advance.
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> From: "Steve Hengsperger" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Happy New Year to all!
> This may be a very simple question, but with the LIPTOOL process how would
> you actually get the injection molded part of the tool if there are no draft
> angles? Seems to me that if you want to truly replicate the production
> material and process you would want to have draft included. We come across
> this all the time when it comes to tolerances on prototype parts when the
> designers have not accounted for any draft angles when they tolerance their
> part prints and then expect a 5 inch deep rib to be plus/minus 0.010" when
> 1/2 degree alone will add 0.043" somewhere along that wall (i.e. top or
> On the other hand, this LIPTOOL sounds like a real promising technology.
> How many parts can someone expect to get out of these tools running PC?
> What is the largest tool that can be produced with this process? What is
> the real turn around time with a "normal" workload in your service bureau?
> I thought I was done asking questions, but I thought of one more....why (2)
> separate systems?
> Thanks again....wishing everyone a very prosperous and peaceful year in
> Steve Hengsperger
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