Course on Automotive Plastic Part Design

Plastics expert , Paul A. Tres, IDSA, will present a 3-day state-of-the-art seminar at University of Michigan during April 7-9, 2010, entitled Automotive Plastic Part Design. The seminar will have detailed discussions, examples and step by step methodology on how to design with plastic materials in automotive segments such as seat systems, safety systems, powertrain, interior components. He’ll address issues such as  squeak and rattles, integral seals, in-mold assembly, etc.

The course is targeted at automotive designers, product managers, project managers, research engineers, material engineers, graduate and undergraduate students, or anyone involved in the development and manufacture of automotive plastic products and systems. If you have the time (and the $1390 for early registration), it well worth your time is you’re a designer in this market.

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1 Response to “Course on Automotive Plastic Part Design”

  1. 1 Joseph Dow January 28, 2010 at 6:08 pm

    Excellent class!!! I took it last year.

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