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elastic

1. (of a body or material) capable of returning to its original shape after compression, expansion, stretching, or other deformation
2. (of gases) capable of expanding spontaneously
3. Physics (of collisions) involving no overall change in translational kinetic energy
4. made of elastic
5. tape, cord, or fabric containing interwoven strands of flexible rubber or similar substance allowing it to stretch and return to its original shape
6. Chiefly US and Canadian something made of elastic, such as a rubber band or a garter

elastic

[i′las·tik]
(mechanics)
Capable of sustaining deformation without permanent loss of size or shape.

elastic

Descriptive of a material having the property of elasticity.
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Whereby the elastics extend from the union through one side of the union and encircle to return into the union through another side of the union; and cutting through the first and second sheets and the elastics to generate an elastic composite, thereby separating the union into two halves, each half including a first material layer and a second material layer, whereby a plurality of spaced apart elastic elements extend from the first half to the second half to define an exposed elastic region there between.
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"The challenge has always been in securing the elastics so they don't detach from the nonwoven and cause the product to lose its stretch.
Tredegar Film Products, a global leader in elastics innovation is introducing FlexFeel elastic laminate--a super-soft, stretchable elastic laminate for diaper ears and large area applications.
Over the last 20 years, many changes have taken place in diaper design and use of elastics for diaper leg cuff and standing leg cuff applications.
from the birth of an industry in the 1970s to the highly technical and complex products of the 1990s, diaper elastics have progressed along with the disposables industry; today's challenges are also its opportunities In the mid 1960s, the nonwovens industry introduced the first disposable diapers.
The transaction was completed in Elastic's fiscal second quarter of 2020 and is not expected to have a significant impact on Elastic's operating results.
Federos, the provider of next-generation, service management solutions for telcos, managed service providers and enterprise customers, has announced a Technical Alliance Partnership with software provider, Elastic, the company said.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-June 8, 2018-Federos forms technical alliance with Elastic