13 May 2014
13 May 2014
RAMPF Tooling will be showcasing its range of Raku- Tool products at the Die & Mould China Exhibition in Shanghai, China from 4th to 7th June.
The company will be exhibiting three products at the exhibition which it states have superior mechanical properties.
RAMPF Tooling states visitors to its stand will see its RAKU-TOOL CB-6013 materials. The company claims the material’s mechanical properties include dense, void-free, homogeneous, seamless and fine surface, high edge strength, and low coefficient of thermal expansion make it well suited for styling/ design, master models,and data control models. In addition, RAKU-TOOL CB-6013 is easy to machine with little dust and reduced material usage.
RAMPF Tooling explains RAKU-TOOL Polyurea CastingSystem PC-3458/ PH-3958 is suited for the manufacture of pattern plates and core boxes. It also has a high abrasion resistance (>60,000parts), and safe processing and application are guaranteed. According to RAMPF Tooling, the multipurpose casting system can be cast in thick layers and large volumes and is also used for producing undersized cores for foundry patterns/core boxes.
The final material to be exhibited by the company at the event is the RAKU-TOOL Close Contour Pastes CP-6070 / CP-6080. The company states this material, used for styling/ design master models and moulds, is light, has a smooth surface, is easy to shape, has good chip information, and demonstrates a high resistance to organicsolvents.
Jochen Reiff, Sales & Marketing Manager, RAMPF Tooling commented “We are very excited about this year’s exhibition. We see significant further potential for our products in the Chinese market, both from Chinese companies and international companies operating in China.They perform at the highest level and therefore require the best products and the best services–and that is something that RAMPF has prided itself on offering since its foundation more than 30 years ago.”
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