When plastic parts are injection molded, the processor’s job is to maintain the natural attributes of the selected polymer and associated fillers, while producing high-quality parts at a profit. This can be easier said than done because plastics are subjected to high temperatures, pressures, and shear rates during the injection molding process. To learn how processing affects molecular weight, crystallinity, fiber breakage, and more, attend The Madison Group’s presentation by Amanda Nicholson at the Polymers Center on October 11th.
The Polymers Center
8900 Research Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28262
Free to Attend
This presentation will be held in a hybrid format, both in-person at the Polymers Center and online. If joining online or in-person, please contact Daeng Hawkins, to RSVP.
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