Morphology analysis of injection molded micro-parts
The software package Moldflow Plastics Insights was used to simulate the filling of a micro cavity by considering precise material data and accurate boundary conditions. Experiments were carried out on an accurately controlled micro-injection molding machine (formicaPlast) for providing important parameters to verify the simulation results and improve the accuracy of the simulation. Analyses of the transient thermo-rheological results with regard to their influence on the morphology of semicrystalline (PP) micro-parts give rise to the mechanisms of the morphological formation and identify possible influencing factors.
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