How to Properly Mate Compression Limiters and Threaded Inserts in Plastic Assemblies

How to Properly Mate Compression Limiters and Threaded Inserts in Plastic Assemblies

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In applications where the mating component is also plastic, a Compression Limiter is necessary to avoid the creep or stress relaxation in the mating component from reducing the frictional load in the threaded joint. This White Paper provides design guidelines on how to properly mate Compression Limiters and Threaded Inserts to ensure the desired joint integrity over the life of the product.

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