White Paper: Thermoplastic Material Selection for Injection Molding
Material selection can be a guessing game, but it doesn’t have to be. If you’re an engineer looking to quantitatively analyze a material to determine if its properties fit your application, then you’ll need to be ready with a wide range of facts.

But what facts should an engineer consider when choosing between materials? Aside from a product’s intended use and environmental factors, engineers should gather information on tensile strengths, melting points, material aging and more.

This white paper is aimed at an engineer who plans to quantitatively analyze a part, determine loads, stresses, strains, and environments and make an optimal material decision based on the analysis.

In this white paper, you’ll learn:
  • About material properties that help teams quantitatively analyze parts before production.
  • About the characteristics you need to consider when selecting a thermoplastic for injection molding.
  • Rules for determining if a material is right for your project

Complete the form on this page to download your free white paper. Your download is sponsored by Protolabs.