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While you should only switch materials if you are fully aware of the impact the change will have on the part, associated parts, and your tooling, we understand that sometimes it has to happen. Here are a few things to consider:
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Living hinges are a good choice for your plastic project that requires two rigid pieces of plastic to be hinged together to form a cap or something similar. They are inexpensive, highly adaptable, and last a long time when produced correctly.
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If you need a hinge for your plastic part, you may want to consider a living hinge. There are a few different types of living hinges to choose from, so read on to find out more:
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For every issue that impacts the quality of a part, there is corrective action you can take. The key is knowing what to do. Here are 6 causes and preventions for plastic injection molding “gate blush.”
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Quotes have been approved and designs specs have been submitted, but the plastic material required has changed! Here’s what to consider now:
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Avoid wasted time and materials with your small plastic parts. Follow these guidelines to design quality crafted parts:
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Steel vs. Aluminum Molds: What’s Right for Your Small Plastic Parts Project? http://bit.ly/2jm1V2k
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For High Impact, Low Friction Applications, Acetal is Your Plastic http://bit.ly/2AfK9IQ
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3 Common Plastic Part Defects and How to Avoid Them http://bit.ly/2jlHAdr
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Don’t let a change of plans impact the effectiveness of your small plastic part. Find out what needs to happen if your plastic material requirements change.
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