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   Overall Thickness       The overall thickness of the product. 
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   Film / Foil Thickness       The thickness of the foil, plastic film, paper, or internal webbing that the honeycomb core is made from. 
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   Cell Size       The size or diameter of the honeycomb cells. 
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   Use Temperature       The temperature range to which the material can be exposed without the degradation of structural or other required end-use properties. 
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   Compressive Strength       Compressive strength is the maximum compressive load per unit cross-section that a material body can withstand before mechanical failure or breakage occurs. Compressive strength is not the same as crushing strength. 
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Material
           
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   Thermoplastic       Thermoplastics can be repeatably softened by heat and then hardened; or set by cooling, which allows parts to be injection-molded and scrap to be reprocessed. 
   Thermoset Plastic       Thermoset plastics and thermoset resins are crosslinked polymeric resins that are cured using heat, or heat and pressure. Generally, cured thermoset resins have higher resistance to heat than thermoplastics; however, melting cannot reprocess them. 
   Metal       Core materials consist of a metal or metal alloy such as aluminum, titanium, nickel, cobalt or stainless steel. 
   Wood       Wood or wood products are natural products derived from lumbered, milled, or processed trees or wood fiber. 
   Ceramic       Core materials consist of a ceramic material such as aluminum oxide, silicon carbide, or zirconium oxide. 
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   Core Material / Matrix       
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   ABS       Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS) is a hard, rigid, thermoplastic polymer. It provides good chemical and creep resistance, and dimensional stability. ABS is used in many industries, in a wide array of applications. It is generally inexpensive, although it is prone to crack when under stress. Common trade names include Cycolac (GE Plastics), Lustran (Bayer) and Novodur (Bayer). 
   Polyamide (e.g., Nylon)       Polyamide is a commonly used system for molding high strength, engineering components. Polyamide should provide higher strength compared to polyethylene or other commodity type polymers. DuPont’s Nylonregistered: ® is a well known example of a polyamide engineering resin that is also used to mold plastic parts. 
   Polycarbonate (PC)       Polycarbonate is an amorphous material with excellent impact strength, clarity, and optical properties. Polycarbonate has excellent mechanical properties, and can be molded to tight tolerances. Solvents and petrochemicals attack it, and its weatherability is only adequate. Brand names include Caliber® (Dow), Lexan® (GE), Makrofol®, and Makrolon® (Bayer). 
   Polyethylene       Polymer or plastic products are based on a polyethylene (PE) chemical system. Low-density polyethylene is a common commodity plastic. High-density (HDPE) or ultra-high molecular weight (UHMW) PE versions have specialized properties and are not considered to be commodity plastics.  
   Polypropylene (PP)       Polymer or plastic product based on polypropylene (PP) chemical bonds. Polypropylene has good chemical resistance. 
   Polyurethane       Polyurethane or PUR resins provide excellent flexibility, impact resistance and durability. Polyurethanes are formed through the reaction of an isocyanate component with polyols or other active hydroxyl group compounds. Polyurethanes require a catalyst, heat, or air evaporation to initiate and complete curing.  
   Epoxy (EP)       Epoxy (EP) resins exhibit high strength and low shrinkage during cure. Epoxies are known for their toughness and resistance to chemical and environmental damage. Most epoxies are two-part resins cured at room temperature. Some thermally-cured or thermoset one-part epoxies are also available. Depending on the formulation, epoxy resins are used as potting agents, resin binders, or laminating resins in fiberglass or composite construction, electrical conductors in microelectronic packaging, and various structural bonding applications. 
   Bismaleimide (BMI)       Bismaleimide (BMI) resins have high temperature-resistance. BMI thermoset resins have processing characteristics similar to epoxy resins and are used as laminating resins, prepregs, adhesives, and in other composite applications. 
   Melamine       Thermosetting resin bonds are based on the melamine formaldehyde system. 
   Phenolic       Thermosetting resins or plastic-based products are based on the phenol formaldehyde system. 
   Polyester / Vinyl ester       Thermosetting resins or plastic-based products are based on the polyester (alkyd) system. These materials should not be confused with thermoplastic polyesters or polyethylene terephthalate (PET) resins. 
   Aluminum Alloy       Core materials are based on an aluminum alloy. Aluminum alloys are lightweight, strong, ductile, and corrosion resistant. 
   Nickel Alloy       Core materials are based on a nickel-based alloy. Nickel alloys have high strength and oxidation-resistance even as elevated temperatures. 
   Stainless Steel       Core materials are based on a stainless steel alloy. Stainless steel alloys have high strength and very good corrosion-resistance. 
   Titanium       Core materials are based on a titanium alloy. Titanium alloys have high strength and 40% lower density than iron alloys. They also offer excellent corrosion resistance. 
   Paper / Paperboard       Core materials are based on paper or paperboard products. Paper and paperboard materials are made from processed pulp or cellulose fibers. 
   Other       Other proprietary, unlisted, or specialty materials. 
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   Fiber Reinforcement:       
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   Aramid Fiber (e.g., Nomex, Kevlar Fiber)       Core materials are reinforced with Aramid fibers such as Kevlartrademark: TM (DuPont). 
   Carbon Fiber Reinforced       Core materials are reinforced with carbon fiber. Depending on the structure, carbon can strengthen and/or provide some improvement in electrical and thermal conductivity. 
   Fiberglass Reinforced       Core materials use a fiberglass reinforcement to provide improved strength and/or stiffness. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary fiber reinforcement types. 
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Applications and Features
   Applications       
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   Acoustics / Sound Engineering       Sound proofing or acoustic insulation material is used to form a barrier or isolator between components and sources of noise or vibration. This category also includes products used for diffusing sound without causing a large degree of attenuation. 
   Aerospace       Products are designed, qualified, or suitable for aerospace or aircraft applications. 
   Buoyancy       Products are designed or suitable for buoyancy applications.  Typically, water-resistant or waterproof closed cells are used for buoyancy applications.  
   Architectural / Construction       Products are designed or suitable for construction or architectural applications such as insulating, sealing, forming structural panels, or holding interior components in place. 
   Automotive / Transportation       Products are designed or suitable for automotive or transportation applications such as window seals, fascia, bumpers, insulation, forming lightweight body panels, fuel baffling, cushioning, air filtration, fluid filtration, or holding interior components in place. 
   Consumer / Furniture       Products are designed for consumer, mattress, and seating or furniture applications. 
   Impact / Energy Absorption       Products are designed to absorb mechanical energy to protect components, structures, or products from severe impacts, explosions, or other dynamic releases of kinetic energy.  
   Filtration / Filter Supports       Products are suitable for filtration or filter-support applications.  They must be resistant to the fluid, gas or media passing through the filter. The cell size (ppi) affects the size of particles that can be filtered out, as well as flow rate through the filter. 
   HVAC       Products are designed for heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) applications. 
   Industrial OEM       Products are designed or suitable for integration into components or products from original equipment or product manufacturers (OEMs). 
   Marine       Products are designed or suitable for marine applications such as building ships and boats. 
   Medical       Products are designed or suitable for incorporation in medical or healthcare products. Applications include wound care, surgical support, filtration, defoaming, patient positioning, and cushioning support.  
   Packaging       Products designed or suitable for packaging applications such as insulating, cushioning, or protecting products. 
   Static / ESD Control       Products are designed to control electrostatic discharge (ESD), which can damage sensitive electronics. Usually, these foams contain conductive filler that dissipates the static charge to the ground. 
   Structural Composites       Products are designed for structural applications such as constructing composite-cored laminates or other structural composites.  
   Other       Other unlisted, proprietary or specialty features. 
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   Features       
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   Adhesive Bonded       Components are bonded together using adhesives or resins. 
   Brazed / Soldered       Components are bonded together using brazes or solders. 
   Diffusion Bonded       Components are bonded together using a diffusion bonding process. 
   Chemical / Fuel Resistant       Materials are designed to resist damage from acids, alkalis, general chemicals, fuels, and oils. Typically, these materials are used in sealing fuel or oil tanks. 
   Flame Retardant / Fire Blocking       Materials will reduce the spread of flame or resist ignition when exposed to high temperatures. They may also insulate the substrate and/or delay damage to the substrate. 
   Foam / Insulation Filled       Cells of the material are filled with foam or fibrous insulation. 
   Conductive - Electrical (ESD Control)       Materials have relatively high electrically conductivity or low electrical resistivity, making them suitable for electronic, anti-static, or electrostatic discharge (ESD) applications. 
   EMI / RFI Shielding       Products are designed to provide shielding from electromagnetic interference (EMI) or radio frequency interference (RFI). 
   Insulating - Electrical / Dielectric       Products are made from dielectric or electrical insulating materials. Dielectric compounds are used to form a barrier or isolator between electrical or electronic components. 
   Insulating - Acoustic / Sound Proofing       Sound proofing or acoustic insulation materials are used to form a barrier or isolator between components and sources of noise or vibration. 
   Insulating - Thermal       Thermal insulating materials provide a thermal barrier between components and a heat or cold source. Internal pores or cells can produce good thermal insulation properties 
   Shock / Vibration Dampening       Products dampen shock and vibration. 
   Waterproof       Waterproof polymers do not dissolve or degrade in strength when exposed to water. 
   Weather / UV Resistant       Plastics or elastomers that are resistant to ultraviolet light (UV) or sunlight. Some non-UV resistant resins will crack, yellow or degrade from exposure to UV light. Weather-resistant implies that the plastic or elastomer can withstand exposure to the elements (i.e., wind, rain, snow dust, humidity, heat, cold, and other weather conditions). 
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