The use of plastic, in both consumer products and industrial applications, has come under much scrutiny recently. But with increasing levels of innovative technology and proven cost savings, is there still a place for plastic in an ever more environmentally conscious world?
We have teamed up with igus a global producer of motion plastics, to find out what is being done to address these challenges and how they are engineering sustainable and recyclable plastics for a better future.
Covering a wide range of industrial applications, this digital event will take a look into the medical and automotive sectors, to review the manufacturing methods and uses of motion plastics that are creating smart, efficient engineering solutions.
This event will be run online, via the Microsoft Teams platform.
Following the headline presentation, a participant-led Q&A session will take place, providing an opportunity for you to delve deeper into a particular area of interest, pick the experts’ brains or ask any queries you have specific to your business needs.
We would encourage engineers, product designers, students, technicians, manufacturers, researchers and anyone else with an interest in the future of industrial plastics to take part.
- 10:00am: Welcome – Liz Farrington, Sensor City
- 10:05am: Introduction to igus – Justin Leonard, igus
- 10:15am: Demystifying industrial plastics – Chris Foot, igus
- 10:45am: Q&A
- 11:00am: Close
Free to register
This webinar is free to attend, but advanced booking is required. Please book today to guarantee your place and help shape the content of the presentations.
The webinar access link will then be emailed to you in advance of the session.
Established in 1964, igus is a family-owned motion plastic producer who has invested over E50m in R+D & digitisation, to create a 3,800 m2 test laboratory. igus provides its 200,000 customers with energy chains, cables, plain bearings, linear technology, bar stock, 3D printing and Low Cost Automation components, with efficiency and sustainability a key company focus.