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Temperature, part result
Using this result
Use this result to find localized hot or cold spots, and determine whether they will affect cycle time and part warpage. If there are hot or cool spots, you may need to adjust the cooling channels.
The difference between the temperature across the top or bottom face of the part and the target mold temperature should not be greater than ±10°C.
The temperature variation over each mold face should be within 10°C. The Temperature, part (top) result should not be more than 10–20°C above the inlet temperature.
The wall temperature can be investigated by selecting when the result is displayed, selecting the tab, and scaling the box to a smaller value.
Things to look for
When viewing the Temperature, part result, watch for the following.
- Regions that freeze off early. The gate should not freeze before the part.
- Hot and cold regions.
- The cooling pattern. Is it evenly distributed?
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