Tight Material Bonds within Mechatronic Systems by Assembly Moulding
Assembly moulding is an innovative and high integrative production technology for mechatronic systems. The possibility to combine different materials for the integration of technical functions is a main benefit but also a great challenge. Thereby the tightness of the systems plays a main role. In this paper the mechanisms which cause leakage like material, process and design dependent shrinkage and warpage are explained and above all the interaction of this undergo a model analysis. The complex coactions of thermal and structural defined shrinkage behaviour of the elements, adhesion between this and dependence of the mechanical properties from temperature, stress and time and the design were analysed and described in model approaches.
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