More than Just Foam Bubbles
Optimized Design Can Further Reduce the Weights of Physically Foamed Plastics Moldings
A large number of processors are employing the technique of injection molding today to generate physically foamed parts. However, when applying the foaming process, users need to consider, at a very early stage, the respective major aspects of component design. Only then can they benefit from the entire potential of this special process. In most cases, this technique is then superior to compact injection molding in terms of efficiency, enabling significantly enhanced productivities.Beitrag auf Deutsch lesen
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