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Kunststoffe international 2018/12

Bio-Based Alternatives for Hard-Soft Connections

Converting Cellulose Acetate into Bicycle Accessories and Automobile Parts by Two-Component Injection Molding

Bio-Based Alternatives for  Hard-Soft Connections

Growing customer awareness of ecological issues is reflected in marked increases in sales of bicycle parts and accessories, for example. There are established hard-soft composites for pumps, tools, and other handy products. A research project is now attempting to combine both aspects in bio-based two-component injection molding.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans-Peter Heim; Dr.-Ing. Maik Feldmann ; Marco Klute, M.Sc.,

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