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moldability

[‚mōl·də′bil·əd·ē]
(materials)
The capability of being molded.
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After you've uploaded your CAD file, you will receive a moldability analysis along with an interactive quote in less than 24 hours.
Polypropylene has outstanding moldability, mechanical properties and is available at a lower cost as compared to most of the other plastic material used in automobiles.
This new method characterizes the injection moldability of a plastic material through a broad range of mold geometries and processes using an actual injection molding machine.
With its characteristic properties and excellent injection moldability, it has a wide variety of applications, ranging from automotive to sensitive uses in baby care and domestic and leisure products.
Despite being so thin, the new resin has ali the inherent characteristics of other PC resins, including transparency, moldability, dimensional stability and electrical properties, Teijin says.
3) The strength and moldability of the composite have been fundamentally verified for use in electronic products.
Most of the work focused on component castability or moldability analysis.
The second part of this report tests the developed system for its moldability of various thermoplastic materials, including polystyrene, polyethylene, polypropylene, and acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene.
To date, however, bio-based plastics have not performed as well as conventional petroleum-based plastics in such areas as flame retardance, impact resistance, heat resistance, and moldability, and therefore their use in products had been limited to a very few number of parts.
The easy moldability and improved physical and chemical properties at reduced weight than conventional materials such as steel and magnesium.
Yet, the high clarity and excellent moldability of Dow Corning's optical-grade materials enables LED manufacturers to achieve even broader design options, including more complex shapes, micro-scale optical structures and even undercuts that are difficult to achieve with plastics or glass.