Plastics part design is science in itself. It has its own rules and workarounds of design challenges. Often designers are taught not to worry about manufacturability in the conceptualizing stage; and often the designers make products that simply cannot be manufactured viably or have to be completely redesigned to make them happen.
This plastics design guide introduces you to basic as well as advanced concepts to design plastic parts without scaleup, tooling or manufacturing issues. It covers everything from principles of achieving good aesthetics and part performance, to designing for easy assembly, manufacturability as well as designing for achieving targeted costs.
Design in Plastics: Part Design Guide module is full of examples, calculators, tips and references for you to apply these principles into your designs right at the product design and development stage.
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Approx. Duration: 4 hrs.
Level: Basic to Advanced
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