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Category: Metal Sprayed Moulds
29.01.2004 – MCP Metal Spray Mould Process: Invented and introduced by MCP more than 40 years ago. The MCP Metal Spray process is still the most effective method for the quick manufacture of production tooling for processing polyurethanes.
Reduce mould costs with the MCP / TAFA Metal Spray Moulding
For years experts have recognized the advantage of metal spraying of moulds with MCP Alloys. Long delivery times for moulds, increasing costs and the necessity to check new plastic products… [Continue Reading]
A New Technology für Producing-Moulds for the Shoe Industry
15 years of experience and development in the metal spraying of unit sole moulds has gone into the new Arc Spray Gun which is marketed by HEK GmbH under the… [Continue Reading]
Cost and Time Savings
1985: Cost and Time Saving The famous Porsche 959 used carbon fibre (CFK) body components produced with the MCP Metal Spray Mould technology. Approx. 350 Cars were produced
Metal Spraying with Low Melting Point Alloys
Metal spraying with low melting point alloys is a technical development that has many interesting aspects. A system has been developed to satisfy the ever-growing demand for quickly made low-cost… [Continue Reading]
Systems of mould making für unit soles in PU foam
Published in SCHUHTECHNIK, Specialedition 6/75 in german and english language.
The complete MCP Mould Making Package
3 Prototype moulds all produced in a single day using MCP MetaLSpray Mould Technology : All plastic parts produced with an MCP Prototyping Injection Moulder, Type 25P
1973: The MCP Mould making Package
Henkel Works 1973 A prototype, medium run blow mould produced in single day using MCP Spray Mould Technology.
1971: The MCP Mould making Package
Recognising the requirement for quick tooling solutions, MCP introduced a complete low cost package system for producing moulds for: Plastic and Wax Injection Thermoforming Polyurethane –Bumpers and Shoes Hand Lay… [Continue Reading]
MCP introduce Metal Spray
The hardening of aluminium alloys by inclusion of small additions of bismuth and lead is rapidly increasing. To enable such additions to be made easily and accurately Mining & Chemical… [Continue Reading]