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BASF Engineering Plastics

Welcome to the BASF Plastics Online Education Center, a series of live, interactive, Web-based seminars focused on the design, processing and performance of the BASF Engineering Plastics line of engineered thermoplastics! With this format, you can actively participate in these seminars right from your home or office, using standard internet and telephone technology.

Course and Schedule Information
DateCourse NamePresenter/
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Recording
Duration: 32 Minutes
Available Seats: 9535
Laser Welding (Recorded Course)
This course will cover the basic principles of laserwelding, laser energy transmission, laser weldable materials, factors affecting laser weld joint strength, and the BASF Laserwelding technology database.
Recorded Course
Recording
Duration: 31 Minutes
Available Seats: 9648
Vibration Welding (Recorded Course)
The Vibration Welding course will discuss the basics principles of vibration welding, design aspects of vibration welding joining, the vibration welding process, optimization for maximum burst strength, new technology in vibration welding, and the BASF database on vibration welding.
Recorded Course
Recording
Duration: 37 Minutes
Available Seats: 9199
BASF Plastic Material Options (Recorded Course)
Have you ever wondered the difference between nylon and polyester? If so, this is the course for you. This course will discuss the similarities and differences between BASF plastic materials such as Nylon, PBT, Acetal, and PSU/PES high temperature materials.
Recorded Course
Recording
Duration: 34 Minutes
Available Seats: 9185
Datasheet Properties What do they Mean? (Recorded Course)
This course provides an overview of the most common datasheet properties for thermoplastic materials. Each property is explained in plain simple terms and the usefulness and limitations of these values is discussed. This course is very useful for the beginning designer or other professionals new to  more...
Recorded Course
Recording
Duration: 30 Minutes
Available Seats: 8928
Injection Molding (Recorded Course)
In "Injection Molding Troubleshooting", the attendee will learn some practical "Do´s and Don´ts" of injection molding. The discussion will cover the use of unfilled, filled and impact modified materials in a variety and of shapes and sizes of injection molded parts and how formulation and fillers ma  more...
Recorded Course
Recording
Duration: 36 Minutes
Available Seats: 9735
UV Weather (Recorded Course)
In this course we will discuss the reasons we perform both accelerated and natural outside weathering as well as the results. We will review the natural and synthetic factors that affect our products and cover the equipment and procedures used to acquire the data required. Included will be a short s  more...
Recorded Course
Recording
Duration: 35 Minutes
Available Seats: 9599
NVH (Noise, Vibration & Harshness) - Recorded Course
This course will introduce you to the world of noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) while working with plastics. As new and stringent regulations are implemented across the globe, OEMs are increasing their focus on tackling the NVH issues. From vibration dampening to acoustic attenuation, the course  more...
Recorded Course
Recording
Duration: 25 Minutes
Available Seats: 9362
Part Design - Assembly of Components (Recorded Course)
This seminar is offered to engineers and designers involved in the design of injection molded components. This course provides an overview of various assembly methods of plastic to plastic components, and plastic to metal components. The techniques, which will be covered, are snap-fits, self threadi  more...
Recorded Course
Recording
Duration: 24 Minutes
Available Seats: 9675
Predicting Reinforced Plastic Material Performance (Recorded Course)
Learn how BASF’s new proprietary software module, ULTRASIM(TM), incorporates fiber orientation data from mold filling simulations into FEA models to provide an accurate depiction of variations in fiber orientation and strength throughout the part. Our experts will discuss the integrative simulation  more...
Recorded Course
Recording
Duration: 31 Minutes
Available Seats: 9531
Structural Part Design (Recorded Course)
This seminar is offered to engineers and designers involved in the design of plastic components. The course provides an overview of basic part design considerations for a variety of components molded with thermoplastic resins. To effectively design a high quality plastic part, the designer/engineer  more...
Recorded Course
Recording
Duration: 31 Minutes
Available Seats: 9774
BASF Amorphous High Temperature Thermoplastics Overview (Recorded Course)
This course provides an overview of commercially available amorphous high temperature thermoplastics and their applications. The course discusses BASF, Ultrason(PES, PSU and PPSU) properties, processing methods and applications. The properties of Ultrason lends itself useful in aerospace, medical, f  more...
Recorded Course
Recording
Duration: 20 Minutes
Available Seats: 9682
How to Achieve Optimum Cycle Times (Recorded Course)
What are the important considerations to optimize and achieve world class cycle times? A number of important factors are going to be covered in this session. Materials, part design, mold design/mold cooling, and runner and gate designs. Time is money, and achieving good quality parts in the shortest  more...
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