weld line

weld line

[′weld ‚līn]
(engineering)
(metallurgy)
The junction of the weld metal and base metal, or the junction of base-metal parts when filler metal is not used.
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Super High Blend 1 exhibits a superior elongation, impact strength and weld line performance versus the modified POM homopolymer.
All weld lines trap air, and it is a critical tooling issue to properly vent the area near a weld line.
This process modification was successful at reducing the weld line movement and delaying tearing failure along the weld line compared to the case where a uniform binder force was applied to the TWB.
The material must have excellent weld line strength.
The effect of different pellets materials on the mechanical property of injection molded jute/PLA specimens and the ones with weld line was investigated.
Obstructions in the part create weld lines or knit lines during injection molding.
The new Naturally Balanced multi-cavity layout mode enables much faster modeling and analysis times, the Advanced Geometry Adviser and improved weld line advice contribute to the optimization of part designs, and the new cooling system wizard makes the design and modeling of cooling circuits much more efficient.
Compared with ECR the new grades promise higher weld line strength and less warpage in many geometries.
Although PP has many advantages as compared with other resins, several common defects can occur in PP molding: specifically, a weld line is one of the typical problems seen in injection molding.
The $9364 grade introduced a year ago increased impact performance by 75 per cent and gave an up to 300 per cent better weld line strength.
The position and strength of a weld line affect the injection molding performance, especially when the part is subjected to mechanical loading.