Re: Plastics design guide

GE Plastics also has some great information and design guides on their site:
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Mark Downey
I don't remember how I heard about this, but it's quite an interesting
>book - I received it just for the asking. The title is Engineering
>Polymers, Part and Mold Design, Thermoplastics, A Design Guide, put out by
>Bayer MaterialScience.
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> It's 7 chapters entitled:
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> 1. Part design process: concept to finished part
> 2. General design
> 3. Structural design
> 4. Design for assy
> 5. Machining & finishing
> 6. Painting, plating, & decorating
> 7. Mold design
>
> For those of us that don't design plastic parts but once every 5 years,
> and then have a molder really do the design from that point, it's a good
> resource to understanding the considerations in this type of application.
> At least you would have some understanding of the terminology, etc. >
> If you are interested, you could probably get a copy by calling
> 800-6662-2927. Their website at
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> might also be of some use.
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> WT
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