Timothy Ruffner's Blog – January 2010 Archive (1)

Conformal Cooling using DMLS and Direct Metal Laser Sintering Technology to Reduce Cycle Time

Conformal Cooling

Conformal cooling is defined as the ability to create cooling/heating configurations within a tool that essentially follows the contour of the tool surface or deviates from that contour as thin/thick sections of the part may dictate for optimal thermal management. The objective typically is to cool or heat the part uniformly. Conformal cooling provides a tremendous advantage in mold tooling through significant reductions in cycle times. Other than the obvious… Continue

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