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  Michael Sepe  

Michael Sepe brings over 30 years of experience in the plastics industry, focused on injection molding and material testing. His work includes hands-on plant experience coupled with business management at several organizational levels. His primary interests involve the integration of process technology and material testing and analysis to competitively produce high quality products. He teaches public courses on these subjects at several universities and writes a monthly article for Injection Molding Magazine on material analysis and its application to the solution of product performance and processing problems. He has written contributing chapters for a number of industry publications on material properties and injection molding and has presented over 25 ANTEC papers on a variety of topics related to the use of analysis to improve product quality. Michael Sepe has authored a book on the use of dynamic mechanical analysis as an engineering tool. He currently works as an independent consultant to the industry and provides analytical services and assistance in solving design, manufacturing, and material selection problems. He operates from his home in Sedona, Arizona.

 

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