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  • SLA Resin Comparison
    Rapid prototyping service bureaus are often the first to hear the new marketing claims of the resin suppliers, all claiming to offer the latest and greatest resins. They all sound great at the onset, but many resins don't quite live up to the marketing claims. At the same time, you as a customer
  • Sealless Resin Pumps
    The design of sealless internal gear pumps makes them an engineered solution for environmentally conscious fluid-handling that lowers maintenance costs and eliminates environmental costs-all of which are primary concerns when manufacturing, handling and transporting resins. The pump removes
  • Epoxy Resin Crystallization
    is possible in all epoxy resin and hardeners. It is the phase change of a material from a liquid to a solid crystalline state. The main ingredient of most epoxy resins is a solid material at room temperature. Exposure to extreme cold, temperature cycles and other factors may induce crystal growth
  • Seal-less Resin Pumps
    Synthetic resins play a major role in product production within many industries. Handling resins requires pump technology that will not leak, such as that offered by EnviroGear (R) Seal-less Internal Gear Pumps.
  • Post Curing Thermoset Resins
    Last July, we discussed the importance of temperature control when casting with thermoset resins. In this article, we will focus on the post cure process for molds or parts made of thermoset resins. Post curing is the process of exposing a part or mold to elevated temperatures to speed up
  • Computational Studies of Crosslinked Epoxy Resins
    BHP Steel Research Laboratories, Port Kembla, Australia Scientists at BHP Steel Research Laboratories and RMIT University have used Accelrys' Amorphous Cell and PCFF force-field to model and predict crosslink density and sites in epoxy resins, and also estimate barrier and adhesion properties
  • The Water Factor in Medical Device Resins
    The Health Care industry has increased its needs for specialized devices over the past decade, which has. led to a new frontier of resin and polymer development designed to keep the quality of care high while. minimizing cost. With these goals in mind, the resins being used for medical devices
  • Formulation Techniques Using FEVE Resins
    Fluoroethylene vinyl ether (FEVE) resins were. developed in Japan in the late 1970s and. entered the commercial market in 1982. FEVE. resins are amorphous A-B type copolymers with repeating units of fluoroethylene and substituted vinyl ether. Unlike pure fluoropolymers, FEVE resins are soluble

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