For over fifty years Dieco has been the go-to for all your spring, tool and die needs. We work with many specialized companies in this industry, so no matter what you need we can find the right product.
DAC Industries innovative selection of “problem solving” injection molding maintenance products will improve your product quality, reduce production cost, and increase profitability!
DAC mold release products, cleaners, degreasers, lubricants and rust inhibitors are designed to do away with rejected parts due to “marking and contamination”, which are most commonly caused by “leeching and bleeding”… a direct result of ineffective machine maintenance.
Choose from an extensive variety of specialty products that have been designed to extend machine and tool life, improve mold release properties, and increase efficiency
Designated as Type P, these bushings are the least expensive and most popular bushings. Generally used in single step drilling. Pressed flush in the fixture plate, they can be spaced closer together than other types of bushings. Available as unground with additional outside diameter stock.
Head Press Fit Bushings
Designated as Type H, these bushings can accept heavier axial loads than type P bushings whether mounted with the head above the fixture or recessed into the fixture. Also available as unground with additional outside diameter stock.
Slip/Fixed Renewable Bushings
Designated as Type SF or SFX, these bushings are mostly used when the number of holes drilled will be greater than expected life of the bushing. Type SF and SFX bushings are also used when a hole is drilled, then a reaming or tapping operation is required. By slipping the bushing out of the liner another size may be installed for the next operation to be performed. Clamps or lock screws are used to secure them in the fixture.
Fixed Renewable Bushings
Designated as Type FM, these bushings are mostly used when the number of holes drilled will be greater than the expected life of the bushing. By slipping the bushing out of the liner another size may be installed for the next operation to be performed. Clamps or lock screws are used to secure them in the fixture.