2011 7 instruction manual ver 5.13 ion pt vers excer
multi undercut free system no limit is set on the angle and ejector stroke our loose core system operates smoothly large allowable undercut space losecon®-30 pat will provide simplification of machining and improvement of accuracy in material procurement diagonal hole machining is not required any mounting angle is available the system can be secured at any ejector stroke regardless of the angle sb jb no galling by inclination no bending by inclination and slim setting available k the shift angle k is limited to 30 at standard level and can be increased to 60 after elimination of interference portion ub narrow angle limit of 60 for the standard type and even 30 available after elimination of interference portion in either way available using pin or screw without any effect on the system performance the compact design of losecon®-30 pat minimizes the potential interference with other components no special coating required unless using the system in extremely severe conditions ab sb standard slide base joint type with self-alignment and flexible angle extension base mountable with a piece of pin and no additional machining required jb joint slide base universal joint type with selfalignment and flexible angle simply mountable with a piece of pin and no additional machining required ub universal slide base flexible adjustment function added to the universal joint with selfalignment and flexible angle and core rod setting with design length ab adjustable slide base
free adjustment joint the length of the loose core rod-bar is determined with the designed value and this component is an adjustable type resulting in no cutting required to shorten the length loose core ejector core loselock/s lls loselock/r llr · abnormal appearance uneven gloss is treated · fine adjustment can be performed based on the current value after a trial · thermal expansion of the core rod can be controlled standard slide base sb adjustable slide base ab loselock/r llr · adjustment can be simply performed due to no slide slip · the inside hexagonal screw minimizes the space for wrench hole · no welding is necessary after mounting as a matter of course sleeve wrench slr specialized tool hexagonal wrench commercially available standard tool anaerobic adhesive at your discretion loselock/s lls loselock/s lls accessory for ejector core deep hole mounting tools hexagonal wrench exclusive to lhgr for cb hexagonal wrench exclusive to lhgr for as hexagonal sleeve wrench exclusive to lslr for ln
conventional method large space abnormal appearance injection compression molding rupture burr abrasion abrasion elastic deformation thermal expansion abnormal appearance stress fluctuation in molding pressure burr surface mismatch shaft normalization thermal expansion galling abnormal appearance malfunction galling shaft center inclination ejection lag causes of the problems in conventional method large space needed for loose core unit abnormal appearance uneven gloss abnormal appearance uneven gloss abnormal appearance uneven gloss abnormal appearance uneven gloss the loose core rod-bar is thick malfunction elastic deformation of ejector plate elastic deformation of ejector plate elastic deformation of loose core rod-bar stress on undercut section fluctuation in molding pressure of loose core loose core surface falling by molding pressure defective engaging due to malfunction of loose core fluctuation in molding pressure and defective engaging regarding loose core excessively shortened loose core rod-bar bending moment generated at loose core rod-bar excessively shortened loose core rod-bar slide base slip at adjustment reinforcement measures against bending moment local injection compression molding local injection compression molding local injection compression molding by thermal expansion of loose core rod-bar loose core ejection lag due to slide base slip local injection compression molding resulting from varying engaging state due to mismatch of pressure receiving surface local density change resulting from varying engaging state due to thermal expansion incomplete contact of cut-off surfaces incomplete contact of cut-off surfaces rod tension by elastic resiliency of ejector plate slide base slip rod tension by elastic resiliency of ejector plate no slip prevention or clearance for heat expansion bending fracture tension galling abnormal appearance uneven gloss abnormal appearance uneven gloss burrs on cut-off surface burrs on cut-off surface abrasion rupture slip knock pin breakage loose core rod-bar breakage slip elastic warpage deformation adjustment fixing screw breakage unadjustable and unfixable loose core rod-bar galling on engaged core face engaged interference generated due to heat expansion of loose core resulting unsetting of reduced thermal expansion amount in excessively increased contact pressure solution solution space saving treatment and support with space saving achieved thanks to slim loose core rod-bar and appropriate loose core slide unit the value in parentheses is a reference value smooth operation and elastic deformation of ejector plate prevented by loose core rod-bar without excessive shortening buckling elastic deformation prevented thanks to length of loose core rod-bar with consideration of heat expansion and clearance-featured structure synchronized slide base without slip and stress-free molding section without ejection lag fluctuation in molding pressure controlled with loose engagement between stably settled loose core face and loose core rod-bar engaged interference prevented and fluctuation in molding pressure controlled by estimated reduction in loose core heat expansion amount the stably-operated loose core returns to the same point and the cut-off surfaces contact completely the stably-engaged loose core does not cause fluctuation in molding pressure and the cut-off surfaces contact completely stress-free knock pin provided by clearance-settable core rod-bar length without excessive shortening synchronized slide base without slip and bending-moment-free core rod-bar stress-free fixing screw provided by clearance-settable core rod-bar length without excessive shortening slide base with slip-free structure and simply settable length with consideration of allowable clearance at adjustment engaged interference prevented and contact pressure controlled by estimated reduction in loose core heat expansion amount secondary pressure primary pressure abnormal appearance injection compression molding abnormal appearance molding compression setting
takao injection mold engineering co ltd load analysis and strength simulation i am afraid that losecon®-30 pat looks fragile especially because of its thin shaft obtaining specific values of allowance and operation allows verification of strength validation in advance we propose that you cast away the idea of excessively strengthened structure and step into the idea of space and energy-saving slim system select an operation direction and fill in the necessary value select an operation directionand fill in the necessary value 1 select a losecon®-30 pat size 2 select a load pattern 3 select a structural pattern 4 write the rough shape of the product for a heavyweight loose core write the weight fill in the boxes selection and dimensions of undercut outline fill in the boxes structural design dimensions ejection resistance hw mold release resistance inertia hg load select a losecon®-30 pat size rank up single line the usage ratio between the loose core rod-bar and losecon®-30 pat is 1 1 d e t resin d t f mm mm stress e model the undercut to round or angular type outline mm how much is oultine dimensions of heavyweight loose core how many sets of losecon®-30 pat and how many rows of core rod-bars are used for 1 loose core l buckling set parallel rows dtefdte mm mm mm mm mm w k shearing stress 2 n m wg [kg weight n m g or wg mm mm mm kg p s mm 2 g bending stress 0.5 5 write the section dimensions of the loose core rod-bar mm mm mm down if the size is undecided we will reply with our recommended size set double lines how much is fill in the boxes or box with average dimensions or weight sectional dimensions of loose core rod-bar a mm a mm c c how many sets of losecon®-30 pat and how many rows of core rod-bars are used for more than one loose core shearing stress of joint pin d 1 6 write required specifications and send the data 7 our delivery and support center will inform you of the calculated results fill in the boxes with the estimated outline dimensions if mold design is not completed b rows ccbh pieces mm mm reply load analysis and strength simulation w hw,hg n kgf n kgf mpa mpa mold release resistance ejection resistance inertia load 2 kgf/mm2 0.5 3 kgf/mm2 1 kgf/mm2 2 kgf/mm2 mpa mpa mpa mpa bending stress bending stress h fill in the c box if a temperature control opening exists p kgf/mm2 buckling stress d kgf/mm2 shearing stress shearing stress shearing stress lateral set inline rows 0 how many sets of losecon®-30 pat and how many rows of core rod-bars are used for more than one loose core information please use our analyzed results as a guideline for space saving downsizing and cost reduction undecided is 0 company name department 1 estimation of mold release resistance and inertia load allows the stress analysis simulation for each part 2 please make a selection and fill in the boxes with the necessary value or outline value in accordance wth each drawing 3 buckling stress of core rod-bar shearing stress of joint pin and bending and shearing stress of guide rod will be estimated and the results will be evaluated by comparing with each allowable stress 4 after completing this sheet please send us at the address below the sheet by fax we will send you the analyzed results mentioned above in reply this estimation is conducted on the basis of the simulation under the theoretically normal mounting conditions therefore we shall not guarantee all the estimation including uncertain factors please be forewarned takao injection mold engineering co ltd tel fax +81-47-374-5357 +81-47-374-5358 copyright 2011.7 1 to [shin-matsudo r&d center year month day your name e-mail address fax instruction manual version 5.13 pages 55 and 56 hp www.losecon.co.jp somehow i feel anxiety about the first design with use of losecon®-30 pat because it is structurally and conceptually different from the conventional construction takao injection mold engineering co ltd engineered study we offer our unique technical service without charge in order even for first customers to use our products with a feeling of security please feel free to contact us if you have a concrete theme please also send us the sectional drawing that includes losecon®-30 pat integrated part and the plan view that tells us the product shape by fax or send us 2-d data dxf iges dwg or fda of them joint 30 rature 20 ingtempe slim design is feasible because bending moment is not generated on the core rod-bar the loose core is compact in size interference to ribs and restriction on the shape are eliminated a circuit that promotes the temperature control effect can be designed whole circumference 0.2 0.3 ris average thermal n expansio large inclination angle is settable molding machines can be downsized because of reduction in thickness loose engagement is provided on each joint with consideration of machining allowance and heat expansion no strict precision is required for mold production ejection is performed with a safe operation and open-close time of a mold is shortened.
13 14 15 17 13 18 26 27 sb p65 standard slide base 2 cavity plate 12 loose core rod-bar 3 core plate jb p67 joint slide base 13 gp p61 guide plate gr p59 guide rod 14 ub p69 universal slide base 18 gh p63 guide holder 15 sb p65 slide base 6 ejector retainer plate top 11 ejector core rod-bar 7 ejector plate bottom 5 bottom moving clamp plate ab p71 adjustable slide base max 27 llr p77 loselock/r 26 lls p73 loselock/s 17 hb p75 holder bushing 30° 30° m ax min 6 0° max 30° 0° the loose core has a parallel action in a horizontal direction that is synchronized with the ejector plate an accelerating action in an upward direction and a decelerating action in a downward direction the ype l type latter two actions are not ia rd t nda r spec sta o synchronized with the for ees f 0° r m 6 ° deg 0 ejector plate imu m3 min min imu ma x6 0° ma x6 the setting angle is limited for the standard type drawing at left addition of the clearance to avoid interference exceeds the angle limit for special case drawing at right
top stationary clamp plate 1 core plate 3 spacer block 4 ejector retainer plate top 6 ejector plate bottom 7 bottom moving clamp plate 5 i 13 35 j 6 50 400 all dimensions are in mm cavity plate 2 standard component no 14 13 18 model i j c gr gp gh sb jb ub ab hb gp set gh set sb-ss size rank ss 13 20 50-120 gr-ss gp-ss gh-ss sb-s jb-ss ub-ss jb-s ub-s s 15 25 50-150 gr-s gp-s gh-s sb-m jb-m ub-m ab-mh hb-ss set-ss-gp -sb -jb -ub set-ss-gh -sb -jb -ub hb-s hb-m hb-l m 20 30 70-200 gr-m gp-m gh-m sb-l jb-l ub-l ab-l hb-ll l 25 35 100-250 gr-l gp-l gh-l sb-ll jb-ll ub-ll ab-ll hb-el ll 30 40 120-300 gr-ll gp-ll gh-ll sb-el jb-el ub-el ab-el el 35 50 120-400 gr-el gp-el gh-el name guide rod guide plate selection guide holder standard 15 joint slide base selection universal adjustable 17 holder bushing set-s-gp set-m-gp set-l-gp set-ll-gp set-el-gp -sb -jb -ub -sb -jb -ub -ab-mh -sb -jb -ub -ab -sb -jb -ub -ab -sb -jb -ub -ab set-s-gh set-m-gh set-l-gh set-ll-gh set-el-gh -sb -jb -ub -sb -jb -ub -ab-mh -sb -jb -ub -ab -sb -jb -ub -ab -sb -jb -ub -ab lls-mh llr-mh lls-l llr-l lls-ll llr-ll lls-el lls-fl llr-el llr-fl 26 loselock/s 27 loselock/r lls llr c 50
1 clearance hole 2 reduction or elimination 3 guide holder s