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This book is a must read for practitioners in the plastics industry, including upper management, who strive to achieve a sound working knowledge of the fundamentals. The second book in the injection molding series, this one-of-a-kind resource addresses the basics and the fine points of plastics materials and product design phases of the thermoplastic injection molding process. Like the first, it is intentionally written in plain, everyday language. Author Doug Bryce breaks complex technical matter into clear, sequential narrative bites to guide you through to full comprehension on the first read! Content:• Front Matter • List of Tables and Figures • Preface • Table of Contents 1. Understanding the Injection Molding Process 2. The Language of Plastics 3. Reinforcements and Fillers 4. Comparing Amorphous and Crystalline Materials 5. Basic Material Properties 6. Applications and Properties of Specific Materials 7. Determining Injection Molding Costs 8. Secondary Operations 9. Testing and Failure Analysis 10. The Product Design Session 11. Determining Product Requirements 12. Product Design Considerations 13. Miscellaneous Determinations 14. Selecting a Vendor 15. Prototype Overview 16. A Primer on Molds 17. Understanding Defects Appendices • Answers to Chapter Questions Index
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