Due to the micro-scale dimensions in the microinjection molding proces, it is difficult to inspect the part quality without using costly microscopic observation methods. To address this issue, a suitable process monitoring method such as cavity pressure monitoring can be employed to detect any process deviation that causes defects in part quality. The objective of this study is to investigate how cavity pressure responds to different molding conditions that lead to varying part quality of a molded hollow cap.

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