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The world of plastics is constantly evolving, with new applications such as high-performance polymers, additive manufacturing, and bioplastics continually emerging to transform the field. Common to all applications - old and new - is the importance of mechanical testing that ensures manufacturers are producing quality products. In this webinar we'll be discussing the specific challenges of testing plastics, the importance of repeatable and reliable mechanical testing results, and what you can do to improve your results.
Sammi Sadler is an Applications Engineer at Instron with a focus in plastics. This role requires her to stay up to date on all the latest standards and best practices to help customers improve and optimize their static testing setups.
Stephanie Williams is a Senior Product Specialist for Instron’s melt flow, rheometers, HDT, Vicat, impact drop towers, and pendulum testing systems.
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