Manufacturing with plastics often involves a bonding step from packaging, electronic and medical devices to large scale automotive, aerospace and construction projects. This is a continually developing field and experts at this Second International Conference on Joining Plastics debated the best methods and options for different applications. Sponsored by The National Physical Laboratory, TWI Limited and Faraday Plastics this conference was an excellent opportunity for plastics manufacturers, design engineers and product developers to talk to experts in the field and discuss the latest developments in Joining Plastics.Laser-welding replaces manual work. Previously, Pierburg used a metal collar to join the parts. This gave good, strong joints, but placing the collar had to be done manually, on account of the protruding stubs - a costly and time- consuminganbsp;...
|Title||:||Joining Plastics 2006, London, UK, 25-26 April 2006|
|Publisher||:||iSmithers Rapra Publishing - 2006-01-01|