Recorded May 17, 2012
Presented by RTP Company
Fibrous reinforcements are used to enhance the mechanical properties of thermoplastics, but they also change the nature of these materials from isotropic to anisotropic. This significantly affects the materials molding characteristics and understanding this behavior is critical to successfully integrating them into your design. This webinar is a must see for anyone who designs parts or builds injection molds for applications that use filled or reinforced thermoplastic composites.
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