Irradiation Opens up Third Film Dimension

Drummer D, Seefried A, Fuchs M (2010)

Publication Language: English

Publication Type: Journal article

Publication year: 2010


Publisher: Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH & Co.

Book Volume: 100

Pages Range: 49

Journal Issue: 11


A number of researchers from Weber GmbH & Co, in Dillenburg, Germany, demonstrated that significant innovative efforts spread over a period of time led to significant advancements in the field of tooling. These researchers demonstrated that early tooling was being replaced by the latest on-screen 3-D load simulation as effective tooling techniques for a wide range of applications. The design of a molded component and the corresponding mold were being processed in 3-D, due to the availability of CAE. CAE played a key role in improving expertise in plastic-compatible design, processing, and mold technology. Computer-aided simulation benefited from the availability of three-dimensional component and mold data, while prediction accuracy was improving continuously.

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Drummer, D., Seefried, A., & Fuchs, M. (2010). Irradiation Opens up Third Film Dimension. Kunststoffe International, 100(11), 49.


Drummer, Dietmar, Andreas Seefried, and Michael Fuchs. "Irradiation Opens up Third Film Dimension." Kunststoffe International 100.11 (2010): 49.

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