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  • flow behavior
  • An overview chapter provides a guide and reference source to related reviews and identifies similarities in flow behavior between various materials science disciplines. (oup.com)
  • Polyester resins have benefited from improvements in mold design, better understanding of flow behavior in molds, increased robotics, and increased computer simulation, which have improved the efficiency and economics of the production of large, molded parts. (grandviewresearch.com)
  • morphology
  • Katbab AA, Hrymak AN, Kasmadjian K (2008) Preparation of interfacially compatibilized PP-EPDM thermoplastic vulcanizate/graphite nanocomposites: effects of graphite microstructure upon morphology, electrical conductivity, and melt rheology. (springer.com)
  • processes
  • Oderkerk J, De Schaetzen G, Goderis B, Hellemans L, Groeninckx G (2002) Micromechanical deformation and recovery processes of Nylon-6/rubber thermoplastic vulcanizates as studied by atomic force microscopy and transmission electron microscopy. (springer.com)
  • Although FDM and laser-sintered processes use thermoplastics to create prototypes.000+ Thermoplastic High Low Very Low 3D printed mold Injection molding using Soft Tools Figure 1: The characteristics of PolyJet printing versus traditional prototype production methods. (scribd.com)
  • injection
  • PBT elastomers are particularly well-suited to injection molding, and consequently the process is responsible for a majority of its consumption. (grandviewresearch.com)
  • Methods of Producing Prototypes Optimal Quantity of Parts Material Used to Produce Prototype Average Mold Cost Average Cost/Part Average Cost/Part 3D Printing* 1-10 FDM or PolyJet Plastic N/A High High Machine Milling 1 - 100 Thermoplastic N/A High Medium Silicone Molding 5 - 100 Thermoset Low Medium High Injection molding using PolyJet 10 - 100 Thermoplastic Low Medium Medium 100 - 20. (scribd.com)
  • physical
  • Their multifarious uses have, in turn, spurred new research efforts, to find yet different ways of joining two kinds of polymer molecules, with novel physical and/or mechanical behavior patterns. (springer.com)
  • mold
  • PolyJet molds are best suited for runs ranging up to 100 parts depending on the type of thermoplastic used and mold complexity. (scribd.com)