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Friction Staking: A Novel Staking-Based Joining Method for Hybrid Structures
27-Jul-16

One of the most used methods for assembling simple structures of plastics and metals is staking. FricStaking is an alternative joining technology based on principles of staking, intended to overcome the limitations of current technologies. Sound joints can be produced in cycles of 10-20 seconds, with efficient use of material, creating a strong and aesthetically pleasing joint. This paper presents a preliminary study of FricStaking, investigating the joint microstructure, local and global mechanical properties, as a function of different levels of tool rotational speed. Local effects on the polymer can be seen through microscopic analysis and microhardness testing. The investigated joints achieved up to 1590 ± 95 N in lap shear tensile testing, and 463 ± 38 N for stake head strength in cross tensile loading.



Friction Staking: A Novel Staking-Based Joining Method for Hybrid Structures
26-Jul-16

One of the most used methods for assembling simple structures of plastics and metals is staking. FricStaking is an alternative joining technology based on principles of staking, intended to overcome the limitations of current technologies. Sound joints can be produced in cycles of 10-20 seconds, with efficient use of material, creating a strong and aesthetically pleasing joint. This paper presents a preliminary study of FricStaking, investigating the joint microstructure, local and global mechanical properties, as a function of different levels of tool rotational speed. Local effects on the polymer can be seen through microscopic analysis and microhardness testing. The investigated joints achieved up to 1590 ± 95 N in lap shear tensile testing, and 463 ± 38 N for stake head strength in cross tensile loading.



Process Engineer | Graham Packaging
17-Jul-16

US - Nationwide, Qualifications:   Must have Engineering degree and minimum 5 years of plastic processing experience with shuttles and injection blow molding. Prior management experience is preferred, bu



Surfaces As Sources
16-Jul-16

Surfaces As Sources describes how next generation IMD techniques extend the technology beyond simple decoration to create plastic based products which form active system components with in-built electronic functionality.



Surfaces As Sources
15-Jul-16

Surfaces As Sources describes how next generation IMD techniques extend the technology beyond simple decoration to create plastic based products which form active system components with in-built electronic functionality.



Lab Manager | Krauss Maffei
13-Jul-16

US - MI - Brighton, Bachelors degree in Chemical/Mechanical Engineering from accredited university and 5-7 years experience in plastic/foam lab operations or equivelant combination of education and experience. Abi



Mechanical Design Manager | Krauss Maffei
13-Jul-16

US - KY - Florence, Qualifications: Computer literate (Microsoft Office) and AutoCAD is essential 3-D design proficiency Mechanical aptitude with creative ability to generate design solutions for various machine com



Tooling Engineering | Sussex IM
12-Jul-16

US - WI - Sussex,  Education and/or Experience:   Two year Associate degree in injection mold design and/or mold making. Prior experience in a tooling engineer position will also be considered. Minimum o



Overcoming IML Cavitation Limitations for the Mold and Automation
11-Jul-16

The maximum cavitation for IML applications is constrained by design requirements of the mold and automation driven by Product design, Gate location, Label geometry, SKUs to be run, Mold requirements and Robot requirements. Guidelines will be presented on how to determine the maximum practical cavitation for IML applications for maximum system productivity and high efficiencies.



“We’ve come a long way…” Knowledge Gained/Lessons Learned
11-Jul-16

Knowledge Gained/Lessons Learned in our nearly 20 years of IMD experience in primarily the automotive and appliance markets. The importance of concurrent design, early involvement and allowing enough time for development are the major topics of focus. In addition, we will discuss forming guidelines and the cost impact of preforming a label vs molding a flat label. Other topics will include graphic position guidelines to avoid distortion and wash, molding guidelines and other lessons learned.







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