Mold Bases & Plates

Standard & Optional Mold Base Features


American Mold Base Standard Features

DME housing types fit all application demands. A one- piece welded housing is available for customers requiring maximum rigidity and robust durability. For maximum flexibility of configuration options, a three-piece housing is also available. For additional operator safety, DME mold bases include an ejector housing cover, except when a longer length ejector bar is selected. The cover is fastened on both sides with 5/16-18 button-head cap screws.

Ejector assembly screws are used to hold the plate

of the ejector assembly together. Recommended position will be provided but you can specify any different position.

Ejector Assembly Screws

Ejector Housing and Cover


Offset (1)


”B” half of mold

Return Pins are used to ensure correct return of the ejector assembly to the home position. DME return pins are precision- ground from superior quality hotwork die steel. Stop Pins arrest travel – preventing excessive wear and possible housing damage. The Sprue Puller Pin removes material from the Sprue Bushing at the end of the molding cycle.

Saves design and moldmaking costs for lubrication and fittings. Reduces wear and galling. Lowers maintenance and repair costs. Eliminates contamination... ideal for “clean room”

Return Pins, Stop Pins and Sprue Puller Pins

environments. Self-Lubricating Bushings

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