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Build a Plastic Injection Molding Attachment for a Drill Pressby Vincent R. Gingery
Synopses & Reviews
Build this simple, but effective attachment and start shooting plastic. A little more than an ounce of plastic doesn't sound like much, but that's a substantial volume that can be used to make many kinds mechanical components, parts for models, and (knowing you) obscene sculptures.
You'll get a material list, drawings and details on making the support posts, the nozzle, the injection cylinder sub-assembly, the ram, and the ram sub-assembly. You'll be shown how to wire up the controls, how molds are made, how to identify recyclable plastics, use the temperature controller, and start injection molding.
You get the usual Gingery quality: photos, drawings, detailed text, suppliers, hints and tips, and all the rest that has made Gingery Publishing world famous (and that is no exaggeration)!
You oughta have copy. Sorry, no details on using this versatile device to make chewing gum, worm capsules for your dog, or exploding suppositories for your mother-in-law. But, geez... you oughta come up something more original than that, anyway.
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