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Auflage: 0004 Softcover 262 S. 23,8 x 16,6 x 1,6 cm An outgrowth of a University of Wisconsin-Madison professional development course, this new edition details specifics regarding materials selection, manufacturing techniques, assembly procedures, and more. Also included in this new edition are World Wide Web references related to plastic part design. Designing parts for assembly has always been an important task and a new emphasis, ""designing for manufacturing and assembly"" (DFMA), has become a significant trend worldwide. The book explains how plastics parts and components can be designed to maximize the benefits of DFMA. The process for optimizing parts for modern manufacturing systems is presented in two sections. The first reviews the physical and mechanical properties of polymers and explains the major polymer families and their structures. The second deals with assembly and design techniques, and includes a case history demonstrating the use and importance of finite element analysis (FEA). Appendices provide details about FEA, and output from FEA software. ContentsUnderstanding Plastic Materials. Safety Factors. Strength of Material for Plastics. Nonlinear Considerations. Assembly Techniques for Press Fitting. Living Hinges. Snap Fitting. Appendices. World Wide Web References Related to Plastic Part Design. References. Review""This practical book [is] for anyone involved in the development and manufacture of plastics products."" —Colloid & Polymer Science (2nd edition) Versand D: 6,95 EUR An outgrowth of a University of Wisconsin-Madison professional development course, this new edition details specifics regarding materials selection, manufacturing techniques, assembly procedures, and more. Also included in this new edition are World Wide Web references related to plastic part design. Designing parts for assembly has always been an important task and a new emphasis, ""designing for manufacturing and assembly"" (DFMA), has become a significant trend worldwide. The book explains how plastics parts and components can be designed to maximize the benefits of DFMA. The process for optimizing parts for modern manufacturing systems is presented in two sections. The first reviews the physical and mechanical properties of polymers and explains the major polymer families and their structures. The second deals with assembly and design techniques, and includes a case history demonstrating the use and importance of finite element analysis (FEA). Appendices provide details about FEA, and output from FEA software. ContentsUnderstanding Plastic Materials. Safety Factors. Strength of Material for Plastics. Nonlinear Considerations. Assembly Techniques for Press Fitting. Living Hinges. Snap Fitting. Appendices. World Wide Web References Related to Plastic Part Design. References. Review""This practical book [is] for anyone involved in the development and manufacture of plastics products."" —Colloid & Polymer Science (2nd edition), [PU:Hanser Gardner Pub]

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Auflage: 0004 Softcover 262 S. 23,8 x 16,6 x 1,6 cm Broschiert An outgrowth of a University of Wisconsin-Madison professional development course, this new edition details specifics regarding materials selection, manufacturing techniques, assembly procedures, and more. Also included in this new edition are World Wide Web references related to plastic part design. Designing parts for assembly has always been an important task and a new emphasis, ""designing for manufacturing and assembly"" (DFMA), has become a significant trend worldwide. The book explains how plastics parts and components can be designed to maximize the benefits of DFMA. The process for optimizing parts for modern manufacturing systems is presented in two sections. The first reviews the physical and mechanical properties of polymers and explains the major polymer families and their structures. The second deals with assembly and design techniques, and includes a case history demonstrating the use and importance of finite element analysis (FEA). Appendices provide details about FEA, and output from FEA software. ContentsUnderstanding Plastic Materials. Safety Factors. Strength of Material for Plastics. Nonlinear Considerations. Assembly Techniques for Press Fitting. Living Hinges. Snap Fitting. Appendices. World Wide Web References Related to Plastic Part Design. References. Review""This practical book [is] for anyone involved in the development and manufacture of plastics products."" —Colloid & Polymer Science (2nd edition) An outgrowth of a University of Wisconsin-Madison professional development course, this new edition details specifics regarding materials selection, manufacturing techniques, assembly procedures, and more. Also included in this new edition are World Wide Web references related to plastic part design. Designing parts for assembly has always been an important task and a new emphasis, ""designing for manufacturing and assembly"" (DFMA), has become a significant trend worldwide. The book explains how plastics parts and components can be designed to maximize the benefits of DFMA. The process for optimizing parts for modern manufacturing systems is presented in two sections. The first reviews the physical and mechanical properties of polymers and explains the major polymer families and their structures. The second deals with assembly and design techniques, and includes a case history demonstrating the use and importance of finite element analysis (FEA). Appendices provide details about FEA, and output from FEA software. ContentsUnderstanding Plastic Materials. Safety Factors. Strength of Material for Plastics. Nonlinear Considerations. Assembly Techniques for Press Fitting. Living Hinges. Snap Fitting. Appendices. World Wide Web References Related to Plastic Part Design. References. Review""This practical book [is] for anyone involved in the development and manufacture of plastics products."" —Colloid & Polymer Science (2nd edition) gebraucht; sehr gut, [PU:Hanser Gardner Pub]

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[EAN: 9781569903056], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [SC: 18.85], [PU: Hanser Gardner Pub Auflage: 0004], AN OUTGROWTH OF A UNIVERSITY WISCONSIN-MADISON PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSE, THIS NEW EDITION DETAILS SPECIFICS REGARDING MATERIALS SELECTION, MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUES, ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES, AND MORE. ALSO INCLUDED IN ARE WORLD WIDE WEB REFERENCES RELATED TO PLASTIC PART DESIGN. DESIGNING PARTS FOR HAS ALWAYS BEEN IMPORTANT TASK EMPHASIS, "DESIGNING ASSEMBLY" (DFMA), BECOME SIGNIFICANT TREND WORLDWIDE. THE BOOK EXPLAINS HOW PLASTICS COMPONENTS CAN BE DESIGNED MAXIMIZE BENEFITS DFMA. PROCESS OPTIMIZING MODERN SYSTEMS IS PRESENTED TWO SECTIONS. FIRST REVIEWS PHYSICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES POLYMERS MAJOR POLYMER FAMILIES THEIR STRUCTURES. SECOND DEALS WITH DESIGN INCLUDES CASE HISTORY DEMONSTRATING USE IMPORTANCE FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS (FEA). APPENDICES PROVIDE ABOUT FEA, OUTPUT FROM FEA SOFTWARE. CONTENTSUNDERSTANDING MATERIALS. SAFETY FACTORS. STRENGTH MATERIAL PLASTICS. NONLINEAR CONSIDERATIONS. TECHNIQUES PRESS FITTING. LIVING HINGES. SNAP APPENDICES. REFERENCES. REVIEW"THIS PRACTICAL [IS] ANYONE INVOLVED MANUFACTURE PRODUCTS." —COLLOID & SCIENCE (2ND EDITION), Technology|Engineering|Industrial, Technology|Material Science, Technology|Reference, An outgrowth of a University of Wisconsin-Madison professional development course, this new edition details specifics regarding materials selection, manufacturing techniques, assembly procedures, and more. Also included in this new edition are World Wide Web references related to plastic part design. Designing parts for assembly has always been an important task and a new emphasis, "designing for manufacturing and assembly" (DFMA), has become a significant trend worldwide. The book explains how plastics parts and components can be designed to maximize the benefits of DFMA. The process for optimizing parts for modern manufacturing systems is presented in two sections. The first reviews the physical and mechanical properties of polymers and explains the major polymer families and their structures. The second deals with assembly and design techniques, and includes a case history demonstrating the use and importance of finite element analysis (FEA). Appendices provide details about FEA, and output from FEA software. ContentsUnderstanding Plastic Materials. Safety Factors. Strength of Material for Plastics. Nonlinear Considerations. Assembly Techniques for Press Fitting. Living Hinges. Snap Fitting. Appendices. World Wide Web References Related to Plastic Part Design. References. Review"This practical book [is] for anyone involved in the development and manufacture of plastics products." —Colloid & Polymer Science (2nd edition) In englischer Sprache. 262 pages. 23,8 x 16,6 x 1,6 cm

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781569903056
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1569903050
Paperback
Publishing year: 2000
Publisher: HANSER GARDNER PUBL
262 Pages
Language: eng/Englisch

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