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Kunststoffe international 2011/03

Process Integration: Lightweight Parts with a Thermoplastic Matrix

Process Integration: Lightweight Parts with a Thermoplastic Matrix

Fabric-reinforced plastic parts are characterized by low weight, good mechanical properties and favorable crash behavior. A new manufacturing process combines thermoforming of a thermoplastic sheet with fabric reinforcement and injection molding. It offers an economical and stable method for mass production of high-strength lightweight parts.

Roger Kaufmann | Thomas Bider | Erwin Bürkle

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1 Lutter, F.; Zimnol, R.; Obermann, C.; Rothe, H.: Lightweight and Highly Resilient. Kunststoffe international 100 (2010) 11, pp. 58–60, PE110608.

2 Kaufmann, G.; Buchet, Y.: Duo Lamination for Multiple Decors. Kunststoffe international 97 (2007) 3, pp. 56–57, PE103847.

3 Hassanzadeh, A.; Schirmer, H.; Kaufmann, G.: Back-compression Moulding: Instrument Panel with Integrated Airbag Flap. Kunststoffe plast europe 93 (2003) 8, pp. 29–31.

4 Bürkle, E.; Mitzler, J.: Integrated Processing Technology: Injection Moulding Processes – Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. Kunststoffe international 95 (2005) 5, PE103269.

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International Polymer Processing

International Polymer Processing, the journal of the Polymer Processing Society, is a discussion forum for the world-wide community of engineers and scientists in the field of polymer processing.

The journal covers research and industrial application in the very specific areas of designing polymer products, processes, processing machinery and equipment.


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