skin lamination

skin lamination

[′skin ‚lam·ə‚nā·shən]
(metallurgy)
Surface rupture in flat-rolled metals due to exposure of a subsurface lamination.
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First introduced in 2007, the multiphase Dolphin process produces a rigid, solid substrate and a molded-in-color (MIC) grained skin (to eliminate post-mold foam and skin lamination) featuring a cellular core (to reduce mass).