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Kunststoffe international 2017/03

Faultless Conductor Tracks with a Long Service Life

Integrated Metal/Plastics Injection Molding Enables the Economical Production of Plastic Components with Directly Injected Long-Term-Resistant Conductor Tracks

Faultless Conductor Tracks with a Long Service Life

The IKV in Aachen, Germany, has investigated the influence of process management on the quality and durability of electrically conductive plastic components. In the process, the conductor tracks were molded into the plastic carrier by die casting in an integrated process. The results show that the components produced in this way have a long service life with regard to electrical loads. Compared to overmolding of inserts, the process can be an economical alternative.

Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Hopmann; Philipp Ochotta, M.Sc.,; Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Haase

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