Hi all, Just added a request in the knowledge base for an article on the differences in component design from Thermoplastic to Thermoset, and thought i'd put a little shout out here as well. I've designed a part which needs to be made from Urea (plastic!), and have a rough idea of the â€˜do's and â€˜do notâ€™s - for example, as far as i know, the wall thickness is not so important in Thermoset as it doesn't suffer from shrinkage, but I've been warned off undercuts as the hot mould tool will wear out quickly. Can anyone shed and light on the do's and don'ts of Thermoset moulding compared to thermoplastic? Failing that, does anyone know of a design guide online (Dupont or Distrupol do similar guides for their own branded materials, but can't find anything for Urea specifically). Any help welcome!