There are many ways to heat up a mold.

11 April 2024

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There are many ways to heat up a mold.

🔥 However, there is another effective method: Induction. In just a fraction of a second, your mold will be heated to the right temperature where you want it. This approach is always beneficial, particularly for complex shapes and large objects, leading to a higher level of quality and reduced waste.

Furthermore, there’s a notable reduction in energy consumption.
In a comparative analysis between hot water molding and Roctool induction molding, the results revealed that induction molding consumed only half the energy compared to hot water molding after the production of ten parts. Additionally, energy consumption during start-up was significantly lower for induction molding, and it also allowed for a nearly 25 percent reduction in cycle time.

Roctool and ENRX Group have forged a lasting partnership, which has entered an exciting new phase with ENRX’s acquisition of a portion of Roctool. This strategic move signals a deeper commitment to revolutionizing the molding industry on a global scale. From research and development to sales and service, we’re unified in our mission to drive meaningful change and innovation. Together, we’re poised to reshape the future of manufacturing.

When you’re ready to enhance your molding prototyping or refine your processes, feel free to reach out. In the meantime, stay updated by following Roctool and ENRX Group here on LinkedIn for the latest developments.

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