While sampling a hot-to-cold runner mold, a shop was fighting variations that appeared to be related to steel imbalances. It was difficult to show any variations in the actual steel that made sense to the data collected, but during a color change, a few colored streaks were noticed in the runner following the hot tip. The streaks were very specific in location and consistency. Click here to read the full article.
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