Polymers are compressible, so there are many ways to increase density of your molded part. This is especially true for semi-crystalline polymers.
Question: Our customer is complaining our product density is lower than other suppliers based on a 3D CT SCAN inspection of our product. How do we increase the density of the PA66+30%GF product.
My Response: There are a few aspects to this, but you should always start with the basics:
1) A higher melt or mold temperature will slow cooling, resulting in more semi-crystallinity.
2) A short shot during fill will allow you to use more packing pressure without flashing the mold.
3) A higher injection speed will reduce the pressure drop during fill and allow more packing to take place.
4) A shorter cooling time will allow the part to have more cooling after molding.