Recorded Tuesday, June 2th, at 11AM EDT
Presented by the PolyOne
High density compounds have densities similar to traditional metals, while providing the design flexibility and processing ease of conventional thermoplastics. Many customers ask about the specifics of processing high density compounds and what to look for when setting up processing parameters. PolyOne will be facilitating a webinar on June 2, 2015 that will provide information on the processing “ins and outs” for these compounds.
Specific topics will include:
- Material selection criteria
- Mold design considerations
- Material loading and handling
- Processing and compounding considerations
- Machine and tooling wear and tear
High density compounds, such as Gravi-Tech™ by PolyOne, provide value in industries ranging from consumer products to healthcare equipment. Don’t miss your opportunity to learn about the possibilities of replacing metal with high density compounds in your upcoming projects.
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2 Responses to “High Density Compounds – Processing Do’s and Don’ts”
Just to confirm that the time is 11:00am – 12:00 Eastern Standard time or 10-11 Central Standard time.
The webinar is at 11:00 AM EST, which would be 10AM CST, 9AM MST, and 8AM PST. Hope that helps?