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    Tips and tricks to gain advantages for specifying polymer for your parts

    Are you specifying polymer? Then why not learn from the experts just how to avoid costly mistakes. Last year Hardie Polymers Managing Director Fergus Hardie took part in a webinar run by ENL Group.

    Gain advantages for specifying polymer for your parts - Fergus Hardie took part in a webinar - Know your plastics: Gain advantage by knowing polymers
    After almost 100 years of trading, Hardie Polymers has a customer base that spans the entire UK and are also firmly established at the nation’s leading independent engineering polymer supplier.  

    Know your plastics: Gain an advantage by knowing your polymers

    In the informative webinar, you can discover why specifying polymer selection for moulding is so important. Industry leading specialists shared their insights about different polymers for different parts and applications. So, why not watch and they will guide you through how to gain many advantages. These tips and tricks could be game changers for your business, such as time to market, quality and cost.

    Would you like to read about the webinar panel who shared their insight, expertise and knowledge? ENL have also supplied a page where you can read some short biographical material – just click on this post. You can learn more about Fergus and Rene Slade, Engineering Manager and also Vince Christie, Technical Manager at ENL Group.

    Don’t have the time to watch the full webinar video? ENL Group have summarised much of the key information here: How to gain major advantages for your plastic parts

    Some of the key tips for specifying polymer for your parts:

    Engage your supplier as early as possible and establish a partnership

    Consider where the part will be used and what conditions it will be exposed to

    Is the part driven by cost or product performance?

    Work with a supplier who can assess the feasibility of your part

    Learn the different types of thermoplastics

    Ensure you’re partnered with a credible supplier

    Could your metal part be plastic instead?

    Consider a hybrid solution

    Recycled plastics can be high in quality and low in cost

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