In seven free webinars, we covered relevant topics from the features of our software, Proteus® and LIMS support from NETZSCH, to our different coupling solutions and how to measure shear viscosity. Read this quick summary and gain access to all webcasts!
Bringing cost, material, production process and quality successfully together is one of the key objectives in the injection molding industry. If the production process is not correct or if the material does not adhere to the specified requirements, low quality and thus scrap production is the consequence. Ideally, all of these four factors should be able to be managed in order to avoid scrap production. Thermal analysis methods offer valued approaches.
Knowledge of the thermal properties of the material is crucial for producing thermoplastic parts. However, materials are not always delivered with sufficient information on all properties. Thermal analysis instruments are suitable to find the most important parameters by yourself. But the instrument is only the first step. The software is equally important. Here are two examples how Proteus® can help achieve faster results.
Every delivery of thermoplastic material includes a certificate. The European Norm EN 10204 specifies different types of control documents. However, the data contained in the free-of-charge documents are often not sufficient enough. Obtaining specific material data of a delivered batch is tied to additional cost. Read how to become the owner of your material data.
Thermal analysis answers many questions in different business divisions of the manufacturing industry. However, getting the most information out of the measurements is often difficult as in literature only single values and not complete thermograms are available. Polymer databases are common tools for other methods like FT-IR or GC-MS. Learn how the database for thermal analysis instrumentation facilitates your daily work.