Dimensional Tolerance Challenges with Plastic Parts: Strategies for Success

Specifications for plastic parts often demand tolerances that are beyond the practical limitations of the polymers. This can lead to frustration for fabricators who struggle to achieve these precise tolerances, as well as designers who face difficulties in sourcing the parts as specified.

This webinar provides a comprehensive overview of the various factors that contribute to dimensional stability challenges in plastic parts.

Avoid the frustration of costly part rejections and gain valuable insights into these challenges. Topics include:

  • Thermal expansion
  • Water absorption
  • Residual stress
  • Creep strain
  • Post molding shrinkage
  • Best practices for machining

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