• Engineering
  • Published 2004

A Step towards Integrated Product / Process Development of Molded Multi-material Structures

@inproceedings{Gupta2004AST,
  title={A Step towards Integrated Product / Process Development of Molded Multi-material Structures},
  author={Satyandra K. Gupta and Gregory Thomas Fowler},
  year={2004}
}
Multi-material molding is emerging as a popular method for making multi-material structures. In multi-material molding processes, fabrication and assembly steps are performed concurrently inside the mold. Therefore using existing knowledge on how to design molded products often results in the selection of wrong design alternatives and correcting these mistakes unnecessarily delays the product development process. To overcome this difficulty we need to develop an integrated product/process… CONTINUE READING

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