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Gas Injected Molds

There are many different methods to create internal pressure while processing composite components. Utilizing gas injection keeps material smaller in size when loading parts in mold, unlike mandrels. This prevents material pinching at the split line which can cause uneven wall thickness and tool wear. Applications for Gas Injection molds are usually for smaller parts and shaft-like shapes.

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Bottom half multi-cavity mold for graphite composite ski pole.


Graphite composite golf club mold. Using gas injection to create internal pressure.

Other features:

  • Gas Injection
  • Head and Shaft is molded as one part
  • Mold can be used in presses or clamps
  • Cavity in head area is epoxy to compensate for different head sizes.