Plea for Outside Expertise: It Pays to Put More into Development
Plastic parts must satisfy ever-increasing demands, not least due to a scarcity of resources and the energy transition. If processors are to cut down on consumption of materials and energy, they must minimize wall thicknesses. At the other end of the scale, parts keep growing in complexity. Many companies lack the experience and personnel needed for production-oriented design. Yet, there are ways out of this impasse.Beitrag auf Deutsch lesen
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