solvent molding

solvent molding

[′säl·vənt ‚mōld·iŋ]
(engineering)
A process to form thermoplastic articles by dipping a mold into a solution or dispersion of the resin and drawing off (evaporating) the solvent to leave a plastic film adhering to the mold.

solvent molding

The process of forming thermoplastic articles by dipping a mold into a solution of the resin and then drawing off the solvent, leaving a layer of plastic film adhering to the mold.
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The schematic representation of the solvent molding method is shown in Fig.
For the high-aspect-ratio array, only the solvent molding method was used.
For the solvent molding method, a porous ceramic wafer was used as the support instead of glass or silicon wafer because the ceramic wafer is water permeable, capable of achieving uniform shrinkage across the whole wafer during drying.
The sacrificial template obtained by solvent molding was placed between the laser radiation and a piece of PMMA filled with 0.
For this reason, all of the following embossing experiments in this study were conducted using the PVP sacrificial template prepared by the solvent molding method because of its high [T.
A PVP sacrificial template with the microchannel structure prepared by solvent molding is shown in Fig.