FAILURE MODE AND EFFECT ANALYSIS FOR MOLD DESIGN
Molds for plastic injection are complex products with many components that require careful design of the components of the subassemblies. The injection process of the plastic components is complex, with many variables that require adjustment of the process parameters in accordance with the mold and injected material. The paper proposes using Failure Mode and Effect Analysis in order to identify the situations in which a mold for plastic injection may produce scrap components.
Key words: Mold design, Failure mode and effect analysis, mold optimization
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