Re: Earlier runs often better than late runs

Donald B. Valentine <riverman_vt@...>

Dennis Storzek wrote, "However, for items produced with quality tooling, the millionth part should look no different from the first."

I think this would be true ONLY if the person running the molding machine had enough between their ears to know what they were doing, knows what to do when something doesn't seem "right" and knoiws for sure what not to do. having seen even good steel
tooling damaged when a macine was being run manually and soneone closed it too quickly, i.e before the just molded parts had cleared. Not good.

Cordially, Don Valentine

Join to automatically receive all group messages.