To offer a drop-in solution to overcome the PA66 shortage, we developed an alternative material: The Akulon® IG series is a portfolio of material grades made by combining the strength of PA6 and PA46 – two materials that are fully independent of the Adiponitrile/hexamethyldiamine supply.
Stanyl® Molding Tips and Tricks Webinar, Nov. 11
Join Bryon Miller, senior technical service engineering manager at DSM Engineering Materials, for a free webinar on Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2020, 10 a.m. U.S. EST, to review best practices for effectively processing and molding Stanyl®. He will share key insights from more than 20 years of experience working with molders throughout North America.
Stanyl PA46 is a unique high-temperature aliphatic polyamide engineered for demanding applications. Because of its unique properties, it is a popular choice for automakers, electrical, electronics and advanced industrial customers around the world.
To maximize Stanyl performance, it is very important to follow the proper procedures during processing and injection molding.
The webinar will focus on:
- Polyamide material handling tips
- Molding best practices
- Key differences between processing Stanyl vs. other polyamides
Registered attendees will have the opportunity to submit questions and receive a free one-page quick start guide with key recommendations.
Click here to complete your free registration today.
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