Tag Archive: Plastics

Budgeting 101: Can I Afford That? | Webinars by SPE | Jeremy Dworshak

What’s your salary requirement? Then, how do you know you’ll make enough?! You’re nearing graduation; Yeah! Cannot wait to start getting multiple job offers; double Yeah! Now you have multiple job offers; oh Crap! How do you choose which one to pick; double Crap! Hopefully this webinar will help put some quantitative decision making around …

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Thermal Analysis in Failure and Compositional Analysis | Webinars by SPE | Jeff Jansen

Thermal Analysis in Failure and Compositional Analysis Thermal analysis is an important group of tests used in the analysis of plastics and other polymeric materials. It consists of a family of well-established techniques that evaluate material properties as they change with temperature, time, and ambient environment under conditions of thermal programming. The results of thermal …

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Feel Good, Look Good, For Life… As You Excel in Business! | Webinars by SPE | Angela Gaffney

Feel Good, Look Good, For Life . . . As You Excel in Business! We’re pulled in a million different directions every day … work demands, client needs, and family time tug away at us and as a result we find ourselves feeling stuck. Stuck in a business rut… stuck with fatigue and excess weight… …

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Ductile to Brittle Transitions in Plastics | Webinars by SPE | Jeff Jansen

Ductile to Brittle Transitions in Plastics If you design, use, or manufacture plastic components it is critical to understand how and why your normally ductile material can exhibit unexpected brittle performance. Understanding this ductile-to-brittle conversion within plastics can help to avoid premature failure. Register today: https://www.4spe.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageID=4142 Join SPE: https://www.4spe.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3275 ABOUT SPE Together we can form …

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Impossible to Inevitable | Webinars by SPE | Pat Toensmeier

Impossible to Inevitable: The Coming Technologies and Opportunities of Autonomous Vehicles for Plastics Science fiction is quickly developing into the latest innovations in technology — autonomous vehicles included. From cutting down human errors and clustering urban traffic, self-driving cars are the way of the future. How can plastics engineers, designers and companies get their hands …

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