molding time

molding time

[′mōl·diŋ ‚tīm]
(chemistry)
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Zero point of molding time, t, was defined as the moment when press contacts the initial charge.
Figure 2 shows how many o-rings had to be removed manually after each cycle when using a 30 second molding time at 185[degrees]C.
Toray, together with Toyota, developed CFRTP which achieves short press molding time suitable for mass production by leveraging the characteristics of thermoplastic.
2 MPa) and temperature (180[degrees]C) for an overall molding time of 15 min.
The topics include experimentation and mathematical model research on air gap membrane distillation, synthesizing and characterizing a novel alkaline earth metal complex, the microstructure and corrosion resistance of black micro-arc oxidation ceramic coatings on magnesium alloy, the influence of a model's shape on molding time in a glass molding press, the effect of polyester structures on the damping property of polyurethane elastomers, using lime-mediated sewage sludge as metallurgy sintering ingredients, and changes of fibrinolytic activity of nattokinase in artificial gastrointestinal environment and human digestive juice.
As a result, bumper molding time, previously 60 seconds, has been halved to 30 seconds, leading to major reductions in the amount of energy consumed in the production process.
The compression molding time cannot be reduced to 78.
The compression molding time cannot be reduced to 43 second because the technology itself would not allow such a reduction.
According to Archer, the centrifugal process has saved two hours per casting (which includes a molding time reduction in addition to the lower cooling time), allowing State Brass to go from three to four green sand castings to 16 centrifugal castings in the same eight-hour shift.
SPAPS can also reduce molding time and labor costs associated with secondary production operations.
SPAPS eliminates the use of toxic and expensive primers, while reducing molding time and labor associated with secondary production operations.
So the company chose a simple CD design that reduced component molding time and held down the number of parts, permitting the assembly of one PlayStation every 15 seconds on the factory assembly line.