WEST WARWICK, R.I.—Guill Tool and Engineering Co., a New England extrusion tooling firm with 50 years of experience in tool design, is bringing to market the 800 Series Hybrid.
This new version of Guill's 800 series helps reduce errors and stagnation, eliminates weld lines using overlapping technology and produces "a more consistent finished product."
The 800 Series Hybrid is applicable in all tooling and jacket applications, the company said, and provides solutions to other challenges such as difficult-to-process materials and production that requires zero fault tolerance.
"The inherent benefits of the 800 Series are retained, including compact design, low residence time and a common deflector bore that eliminates tolerance stack up," Guill said in a recent press release. "The challenge was to create a hybrid design that incorporates the benefits of layer overlapping, while reducing unnecessary complexity and making the technology more cost-affordable for customers."
Guill noted that benefits of the 800 Series Hybrid also include "reduced sensitivity to changes in viscosity; reduced sensitivity to changes in line speed; and myriad material and multi-layer application possibilities."
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