As is the case in many other industrial markets, injection mould construction is becoming increasingly demanding and competitive. Customer requirements are becoming more specific, the markets more dynamic and the innovation cycles shorter. Prices and delivery times are the most important factors along with quality.
As a technical journalist who is always on the lookout for innovations, I came upon the inCAD Library by MISUMI. A tip from one of my colleagues actually brought it to my attention. MISUMI is a Japanese company and supplies mechanical components to its more than 100,000 customers from the field of mechanical engineering around the world. The parts and assemblies can be ordered by catalogue as well as online. Although I am not a pure-bred designer, I have been working with CAD and 3D programs for several years and write guidebook texts, among other things, on the topic. A library of "finished" CAD models therefore immediately sparked my interest.
Are you looking for inspiration for a new application? You don’t always have to reinvent the wheel. Benefit from existing applications that have been tested and function reliably. Here are five examples for applications with linear shafts.
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