Recorded Thursday, December 10 at 11AM EST – Presented by Eastman Chemical Company
Discover “tricks of the trade” and avoid unnecessary injection molding challenges— from defects in part appearance to costly design modifications after tooling construction. In this webinar, we will cover three important considerations for design for manufacturability:
- Tritan part design for injection molding
- Tritan tooling design
- Tritan molding workcell design
You will also find in-depth discussions of fill patterns/pressure, mold cooling, total melt residence time, secondary operations, and more for Tritan copolyester as it continues to be selected for applications by engineers and designers.
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