This dialog is used to specify the part ejection criteria for a Cool analysis with automatic calculation of the required cooling time. These inputs are used by the Cool and Cool (FEM) solvers to determine the optimum cooling time for the part.
When running an automatic cycle time, the solver initially tries to determine the time it takes to achieve the average . If this cannot be achieved, then the cycle time will be determined by using the time taken for the to fall below the .
|The temperature of the mold at the plastic-metal interface, where the plastic touches the mold. The mold temperature cannot be higher than the ejection temperature.|
|The temperature at which a material is rigid enough to withstand ejection, without permanent deformation or severe marking from the mold ejector pins. |
Enter the temperature at which you want the part ejected from the mold.
|In order for the Cool analysis to automatically calculate the cooling time, the program needs to know the minimum part volume that must be frozen, before the part can be ejected.|