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Kunststoffe international 2009/06

Current Trends: Ever More Electricity and Plastic

Current Trends: Ever More Electricity and Plastic

Interest in mechatronic components is growing in the automobile electrical and electronic sector. At the same time the installation space is shrinking further and component weights have to be as low as possible. This leads to demand for even thinner wall sections in connectors and sensors as well as growing requirements for particular material properties. It is principally engineering plastics, such as specially developed polyamides and polybutylene terephthalate, that are considered to be suitable in this context.

Reinhard Stransky

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