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Mechanical Behavior of Polymers
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Plastic Part Design provides engineers and designers with an understanding of the plastic part design process. This extensiv more...e online training program also addresses many of the factors and concerns associated with part design. Dr. Robert Malloy, a respected author and professor at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, developed these comprehensive courses. The mechanical behavior of polymers course covers the mechanical behavior of polymers, stress and strain curves, visco-elastic behavior of polymers, and creep and stress relaxation.

 1 hrs.    

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Mechanical Fasteners, Press and Snap Fits
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This course will discuss the following topics: Mechanical fasteners, Assembly techniques, Snap fit design and considerations, more... Design for assembly and dis assembly, Boss and screw design, and finally Press fit design and strength equations.

 1 hrs.    

"Product Development & The Prototype Process", "Mechanical Behavior of Polymers", "Mold Filling, Gating and Weld Lines", and "Shrinkage, Warpage and Part Ejection"


Mold Filling, Gating, and Weld Lines
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The mold filling, gating, and weld lines course provides engineers and designers with an understanding of key elements of the more... mold. The mold filling processes is outlined with a definition of weld and meld lines. Gating types and locations are also covered to ensure good part production and design. These topics will help engineers and designers design better parts and assist with the mold design process.

 1 hrs.    

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Shrinkage, Warpage and Part Ejection
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This course will discuss shrinkage, warpage and part ejection. The effect of packing on shrinkage and warpage. The effects o more...f part geometry. Amorphous vs. Semi-Cystalline Behavior. Finally ejection systems for simple and complex geometry.

 1 hrs.    

"Product Development & The Prototype Process", "Mechanical Behavior of Polymers", and "Mold Filling, Gating & Weld Lines"


The Product Development and Prototype Process
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Plastic Part Design provides engineers and designers with an understanding of the plastic part design process. This extensiv more...e online training program also addresses many of the factors and concerns associated with part design. Dr. Robert Malloy, a respected author and professor at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, developed these comprehensive courses. The product development and prototypes process course covers the development & prototype process, product development steps, concurrent engineering, and prototyping methods.

 1 hrs.    

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Welding & Adhesive Bonding
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Welding and Adhesive Bonding course will expose the participant to current welding and adhesive bonding technologies. Variou more...s part welding processes will be discussed. Joint design for injection molded parts will be displayed. Additionally adhesive bonding applications and techniques will be discussed.

 1 hrs.    

"Product Development and The Prototype Process", "Mechanical Behavior of Polymers", "Mold Filling, Gating and Weld Lines", "Mold Filling, Gating and Weld Lines", "Shrinkage, Warpage and Part Ejection" and "Mechanical Fasteners, Press & Snap Fits"


Plastic Part Design Essentials
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The plastic part design course provides an outline of current plastic part design factors and a brief comment about their sig more...nificance to part function, cost, and reliability. Modern design methodology is discussed, covering Design for Manufacturing and Assembly and how determining product End-use Requirements is essential to creating successful contemporary products. Upon completion of this course you should have a comprehensive understanding of the physical and theoretical design factors that must be considered in creating first-rate plastic products.

 4 hrs.    

A good understanding of 3D modeling will be helpful but is not required.


Understanding Plastics
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This course explains how and why plastics are different and cites several different types of polymers and processing consider more...ations. Understanding Plastics emphasizes material handling, explains regrind, and covers the effects that moisture can have on molded part properties during processing.

 1 hrs.    

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