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Dry Ice Cleaning in Injection Molding – Who Needs It? | Sodick and Friends Webinar

Dry Ice Cleaning in Injection Molding - Who Needs It?

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November 10, 2021 @ 2 PM EST

Dry Ice Cleaning in Injection Molding - Who Needs It?

There’s no doubt that molds are a mission critical asset and require timely, proper & efficient maintenance to ensure uptime, part quality and good OEE scores. And there’s no doubt they come in a variety of surface finishes and textures. Traditional in-machine cleaning methods can not only create extended down time, but can cause unnecessary mold wear to parting lines, sealing surfaces and various surface finishes. This presentation discusses case studies of the top 5 reasons molders are turning to dry ice solutions to clean their molds, their injection screws, and occasionally deflash or deburr plastic parts, as well as the surface preparation of plastic parts prior to painting or bonding. 

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Our Guest Speaker

Steve Wilson is the Applications Development Director for Cold Jet, LLC, responsible for guiding dry ice cleaning solutions for all industries worldwide. He has over 35 years of experience in the plastics, rubber and composites industries, beginning his career at Cincinnati Milacron. He has written numerous white papers on dry ice solutions for a variety of applications. He currently serves as President of the Ohio Valley chapter of SPE. 

Steve Wilson Application Development Director

Cold Jet




As a leading precision injection mold machine manufacturer, Sodick continues to pave the way in providing premier injection quality and repeatability. Our proprietary technology relies on a continuous plasticizing heat profile, constant material viscosity, as well as steady filling volume and holding pressure.

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