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Advanced thermoforming : methods, machines and materials, applications and automation / Sven Engelmann.

By: Engelmann, Sven.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Wiley series on polymer engineering and technology: 8.Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, ©2012Description: 1 online resource (xi, 335 pages) : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118207055; 111820705X; 9781118207086; 1118207084; 9781118207062; 1118207068.Subject(s): Thermoforming | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Chemical & Biochemical | ThermoformingGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Advanced thermoforming.DDC classification: 668.4/23 | 668.423 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Contents:
Advanced Thermoforming; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Basics of Thermoforming and Thermoplastics; Chapter 3: Production of Semifinished Products, Extrusion, and Coextrusion; Chapter 4: Introduction to Technical Parts; Chapter 5: Antenna Radome Manufacturing; Chapter 6: Fuel Tank Production on Sheet Machines; Chapter 7: Automotive Body and Commercial Vehicle Applications; Chapter 8: Production of Refrigerator Liners; Chapter 9: Paint Replacement in Automotive Applications; Chapter 10: Motor Air Intake Made from PA 6 GF 15; Chapter 11: Sanitary Equipment (Sheet Machine).
Chapter 12: Thermoforming and Milling of Large-Scale Formed Parts (Sheet Machine)Chapter 13: Changeover of Sheet Machines; Chapter 14: Chromed Parts; Chapter 15: Applications in Aircraft and Mass Transportation; Chapter 16: High-Quality and Fully Transparent Products (Sheet Machines); Chapter 17: Deco Molding and Multi-deco Molding; Chapter 18: Automotive Body Parts Made of PA + ABS; Chapter 19: Softfeel Made from ABS/TPU Material; Chapter 20: Introduction to Packaging; Chapter 21: Optimizing a Thermoforming Process for Packaging; Chapter 22: Analysis of Thermoforming Films.
Chapter 23: Advanced Analysis of Thermoforming FilmsChapter 24: Analysis of Thermoformed Products; Chapter 25: Analysis of Completely Formed, Filled, and Sealed Containers; Chapter 26: Automated Packaging; Chapter 27: Production of Flowerpots; Chapter 28: Steel Rule Die Punching; Chapter 29: Production of Meat Trays; Chapter 30: Multilayer Films for Thermoforming Applications; Chapter 31: PET in Thermoforming Applications; Chapter 32: Thermoformed Packaging Made of PLA; Chapter 33: Peel and Reseal; Chapter 34: Foam Packaging with PP and PS; Chapter 35: Blister Packaging of Syringes.
Chapter 36: The Production of Drinking CupsChapter 37: Ultrasonic Sealing and Cutting in Thermoforming; Chapter 38: Understanding the Brittle Behavior of Polystyrene Cups; Chapter 39: Preprinted Film for Lid Thermoforming; Chapter 40: Flexible Films; Chapter 41: Simulation; Chapter 42: Recycling; Glossary; Index.
Summary: "Introduces the latest innovations in thermoforming materials, processes, and applicationsAdvanced Thermoforming brings readers fully up to date with the latest standards, processes, materials, and applications in the field. From forming to filling to sealing processes, the author explains everything that can now be accomplished using the most advanced thermoforming technologies available. Moreover, readers learn how to fully leverage these technologies in order to design and manufacture products that meet all specifications at minimum cost and maximum efficiency."--Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Advanced Thermoforming; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Basics of Thermoforming and Thermoplastics; Chapter 3: Production of Semifinished Products, Extrusion, and Coextrusion; Chapter 4: Introduction to Technical Parts; Chapter 5: Antenna Radome Manufacturing; Chapter 6: Fuel Tank Production on Sheet Machines; Chapter 7: Automotive Body and Commercial Vehicle Applications; Chapter 8: Production of Refrigerator Liners; Chapter 9: Paint Replacement in Automotive Applications; Chapter 10: Motor Air Intake Made from PA 6 GF 15; Chapter 11: Sanitary Equipment (Sheet Machine).

Chapter 12: Thermoforming and Milling of Large-Scale Formed Parts (Sheet Machine)Chapter 13: Changeover of Sheet Machines; Chapter 14: Chromed Parts; Chapter 15: Applications in Aircraft and Mass Transportation; Chapter 16: High-Quality and Fully Transparent Products (Sheet Machines); Chapter 17: Deco Molding and Multi-deco Molding; Chapter 18: Automotive Body Parts Made of PA + ABS; Chapter 19: Softfeel Made from ABS/TPU Material; Chapter 20: Introduction to Packaging; Chapter 21: Optimizing a Thermoforming Process for Packaging; Chapter 22: Analysis of Thermoforming Films.

Chapter 23: Advanced Analysis of Thermoforming FilmsChapter 24: Analysis of Thermoformed Products; Chapter 25: Analysis of Completely Formed, Filled, and Sealed Containers; Chapter 26: Automated Packaging; Chapter 27: Production of Flowerpots; Chapter 28: Steel Rule Die Punching; Chapter 29: Production of Meat Trays; Chapter 30: Multilayer Films for Thermoforming Applications; Chapter 31: PET in Thermoforming Applications; Chapter 32: Thermoformed Packaging Made of PLA; Chapter 33: Peel and Reseal; Chapter 34: Foam Packaging with PP and PS; Chapter 35: Blister Packaging of Syringes.

Chapter 36: The Production of Drinking CupsChapter 37: Ultrasonic Sealing and Cutting in Thermoforming; Chapter 38: Understanding the Brittle Behavior of Polystyrene Cups; Chapter 39: Preprinted Film for Lid Thermoforming; Chapter 40: Flexible Films; Chapter 41: Simulation; Chapter 42: Recycling; Glossary; Index.

"Introduces the latest innovations in thermoforming materials, processes, and applicationsAdvanced Thermoforming brings readers fully up to date with the latest standards, processes, materials, and applications in the field. From forming to filling to sealing processes, the author explains everything that can now be accomplished using the most advanced thermoforming technologies available. Moreover, readers learn how to fully leverage these technologies in order to design and manufacture products that meet all specifications at minimum cost and maximum efficiency."--Provided by publisher.

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