Most people think of 3-D printed inserts when we talk about the conformal cooling process.
And we don’t disagree—we use 3-D printed inserts and think they’re great for certain molds.
However, when you’re working with a more complex mold, there is a better option:
Diffusion bonding allows for more water-flow, more consistent cycle times, and fewer problems from shrink, warp, and overheating.
Click the video below to see our president, Pat Smith, explain how diffusion bonding works.
When you watch the video, you’ll discover:
- How diffusion bonding differs from 3-D printed inserts
- How and why it works so well for molds with deep cores
- When to use it instead of 3-D printed inserts
Want to know how to use diffusion bonding to solve (or prevent) production problems in an existing or future mold?