Materion Corporation logo Materion Corporation 50th celebration



  1. PDF icon Data Sheet - MoldMAX HH

    MoldMAX® HH (high hard) by Materion has a hardness and strength competitive with standard tool steels but its thermal conductivity is four to six times higher. MoldMAX HH is commonly used for injection mold cores and cavities, and blow mold pinch-offs.

  2. PDF icon Data Sheet - MoldMAX LH

    MoldMAX® LH (low hard) is a premium copper mold alloy that provides hardness and strength comparable with standard tool steel, but with higher thermal conductivity. MoldMAX LH is typically used for injection mold cores and cavities where moderate hardness, high toughness and conductivity are required.

  3. PDF icon Data Sheet - PROtherm

    PROtherm® (formerly MoldMAX SC®) is a high conductivity copper mold alloy with good strength, superior toughness and the highest conductivity of any alloy, while maintaining a tensile strength over 100,000 psi.

  4. PDF icon Data Sheet - MoldMAX V

    MoldMAX® V (MMV) is a high-conductivity, moderately high strength, copper-nickel-silicon-chromium alloy, used in applications such as injection mold and blow mold cores and cavities.

  5. PDF icon Data Sheet - MoldMAX XL

    MoldMAX XL® by Materion is a high strength copper mold alloy with good thermal conductivity, hardness comparable to tool steel, but with superior thermal conductivity. MoldMAX XL contains no beryllium, machines faster than tool steels and is available in sections as large as 12” thick.

  6. PDF icon Brochure - MoldMAX Plastic Tooling Alloys

    MoldMAX® products are high-performance alloys that merge thermal conductivity and strength and are specifically designed for the plastic processing industry. MoldMAX alloys are used in injection mold components and core / cavity inserts, blow mold pinch offs, neck rings and handles inserts, hot runner system injection nozzles and manifolds.

  7. PDF Document Reprint-Are Copper Beryllium Alloys Safe?

    Copper-beryllium alloys often are used to make injection mold components that are then used to produce plastic containers. Ongoing concerns about the health hazards associated with beryllium, particularly when it is used in molds that produce articles that come in contact with food, prompted a recent study that concluded that copper-beryllium alloys can, in fact, be used safely in molds.