9/8/2009

Optimized Mold Temperature Control Using DMLS

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This white paper describes the use of additive manufacturing to produce mold tooling with conformal cooling channels.

This white paper from EOS describes how direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) can be used to produce mold tooling that improves temperature by using cooling channels that conform to the shape of the molded part.

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