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moldability

[‚mōl·də′bil·əd·ē]
(materials)
The capability of being molded.
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However, there is demand for improved impact resistance, elastic modulus, resistance to warping, dimensional stability, heat resistance, recycling, moldability, and productivity.
Volumizing and moldability characteristics of crosslinked hyaluronic acid fillers.
However, the viscosity during the injection operation must be as low as possible to increase the moldability potential of the feedstock, or in other words to increase the complexity of the part that could be molded.
Moldability - Produces no gas and does not contaminate molds; is granular, so can be fed automatically, with excellent measurability;
A lot of the kids are improving, and we don't really know why, except we know there's a lot of moldability of the developing brain," he said.
Because it is a polyester resin, SCINTIREX also offers easier moldability.
Da/Pro offers complete in-house capabilities including prototyping, design moldability assistance, compound development, laboratory testing, mold construction, sub-assembly, hot stamping, over molding, full service quality assurance with 100% inspection and a class 10,000 clean room for molding health care and other precision molded rubber parts requiring special handling.
Solid lines are used to confine the moldability window: at lower molding times or lamp powers, poor filling was present; at higher times or powers, degradation occurred.
With good abrasion and chemical resistance and moldability, it can be used in such applications as fabric coatings, wound dressings, and packaging and films.
The sand filling process also has been redesigned for achieving high moldability.
Moldability is essentially infinite, allowing for compartments for different foods.
Swartz cites neoprene's moldability as one feature that makes the product work.