setting temperature[′sed·iŋ ‚tem·prə·chər]
The temperature at which a liquid resin or adhesive, or an assembly involving them, will set, that is, harden, gel, or cure.
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The temperature to which a liquid resin or adhesive (or an assembly involving either) must be heated in order for it to set.
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