honeycomb core

honeycomb core

A material of sandwich construction having a strong, thin-walled hexagonal structure resembling a honeycomb.
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For example in the 1970s, Hexcel demonstrated the application of its composite technology by manufacturing snow skis, bringing together a honeycomb core with a number of Hexcel's other materials and technologies to create a single product.
- Honeycomb Core Materials Market: Percentage Share Breakdown of Volume Sales by Leading Players for the Year 2019E
Janousek boats are constructed of glass fibre with a honeycomb core which creates a balanced blend of stiffness, weight, durability and cost.
"Hormann fire-rated doors meet all the stipulated international, national and regional fire safety standards and are available with a honeycomb core as the standard infill material, with other options available.
Hormann said these doors meet all the stipulated international, national and regional fire safety standards and are available with a honeycomb core as the standard infill material, with other options available.
Permitted by National Nuclear Safety Administration of China, 157 fuel assemblies were loaded into the honeycomb core of the 1250 MW No.1 unit reactor of Sanmen Nuclear Power Station, marking the start of the plant's trial run.
Considering the quality of the whole structure, the article finally gives the conclusion of the optimal thickness of the honeycomb core with more detailed descriptions.
Based on ThermHex thermoplastic honeycomb core technology developed by EconCore, the part is used in the boot cover of the car.
Made up of woven, unidirectional random mat glass or natural fibers sprayed with a low-cost, quick-cure resin, the panels are compressed and mated to a honeycomb core. However, iStream Carbon replaces the glass fibers with carbon fibers while retaining the honeycomb core.
The honeycomb core is made of Nature-Works LLC's PLA--100% biodegradable resin derived from sugar beets.