This comprehensive handbook provides a simplified, practical and innovative approach to understanding the design and manufacture of plastic products. Plastics behaviour is presented to enhance the capability of fabricating products that meet performance standards, low cost requirements and profitability targets. To maximize product performance-to-cost efficiency, it is important to know the behaviour of plastics. Therefore, the behaviours of different plastic products are reviewed. Examples include toys, medical devices, cars, boats, underwater devices, containers, springs, pipes, buildings and aircraft. Also covered are behaviours associated with different plastic materials (thermoplastics, elastomers, reinforced plastics) and the many fabricating processes (extrusion, injection moulding, blow moulding, forming, foaming, reaction injection moulding, rotational moulding). This material is presented so that both technical and non-technical readers can understand the inter-relationships of materials-to-processes.Ford 2001 Explorer Sport Trac sport utility vehicle replaces thesteel open cargo area with MOLDED THERMOPLASTIC. ^. RP (SMC) offering many performance. service. and cost advantages. GM. 1744 9 Markets. X SHE5T METAL i JgNi X .0anbsp;...
|Title||:||Plastics Institute of America Plastics Engineering, Manufacturing & Data Handbook|
|Author||:||D.V. Rosato, Nick R. Schott, Marlene G. Rosato|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2001-11-30|