AZL Aachen webinar: Tape integration into injection molding
AZL Aachen is hosting the third webinar in its Lightweight TechTalk series, titled, “Tape Integration Into Injection Molded Parts,” on Thursday, Aug. 13, 5:00 am-6:20 am EDT (11:00 am-12:20 pm CET).
Service provider for lightweight technology and business development AZL Aachen (Aachen, Germany) is hosting the third webinar in its Lightweight TechTalk series, titled, “Tape Integration Into Injection Molded Parts,” on Thursday, Aug. 13, 5:00 am-6:20 am EDT (11:00 am-12:20 pm CET).
Abstract: In this Lightweight TechTalk, material and system experts jointly invited by AZL and IKV will present their technological solutions for bringing thermoplastic tapes in injection molded parts. This presentation follows up on a study with 20 companies evaluating the potential and challenges of saving costs through the use of UD tape inserts in injection molding. With the series of compact "Lightweight TechTalks" AZL is providing a digital platform for networking and presenting technology and market insights to the international lightweight community.
- René Laschak, Mitsui Chemicals Europe GmbH
- Sem Sals, Polyscope Polymers
- Arne Büttner, AFPT GmbH
- Alexander Peitz, AZL
- Coen Hartjes, TPRC
Harold Kutschera, simcon kunststofftechnische
To encourage networking among attendees, a participant profile is available for attendees to report their interests, contact details and LinkedIn profile, to be shared this information with the other attendees.
Attendance of AZL Aachen’s Lightweight TechTalk series is free. Click here for more information and to register.
In addition to the Lightweight TechTalk, AZL opened a group on LinkedIn on the talk topic to allow for networking and knowledge exchange beyond the TechTalk. Content of previous Lightweight TechTalks can be downloaded here.
This post is courtesy of the CompositesWorld and AZL Aachen GmbH media partnership.
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