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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.
Gate Location: The location of your gate has a direct impact on moldability. The best positioning is often a balance between ease of molding and part performance.
Meanwhile, Texel's headliner scrim manufactured under the VersaFlex brand exhibits multidirectional stretch capacities for enhanced wrinkle-free moldability.
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;
- High good moldability type "SPL-EC30": Good moldability and easy to mold
Because of its versatile moldability, Cocoform is ideal for made-to-fit packaging for fragile items like eggs, glass beverage bottles, perfumes, and cosmetics, as well as longer-use cases for tablets, mobile phones, and sunglasses.
In this investigation, a Dietert Model 875 friability and moldability tester was used (shown in Figure 4).
And, in addition to functionality, it tests moldability. Both 3D printing and machining can make parts with features that would be difficult or impossible to produce in a mold.
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.