FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING CORE MATERIAL

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COMPOSITE CORE: FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING CORE MATERIAL FOR YOUR APPLICATION
Composite core materials are used to complete the function of engineered structures by making up for a type of design or performance need, whether it’s weight reduction, providing energy absorption, impact resistance or adding stiffness. It’s important to select the right composite core material that performs as intended and provides the properties specified for your application. However, with so many viable material options available, it’s imperative to first identify the criteria the material needs to meet to help narrow down the decision making process.

In this whitepaper, General Plastics will cover the many factors one should consider when selecting the right composite core material. We’ll also specifically discuss application considerations, important processes and material compatibility elements.

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RIGID & FLEXIBLE POLYURETHANE FOAM AND BUILD-TO-PRINT COMPOSITE PARTS
For over 75 years, we have focused on meeting the exacting requirements of engineers and design teams in diverse industries. Our premier LAST-A-FOAM® closed- and open-cell polyurethane foam products provide a high strength-to-weight ratio and extraordinary versatility, with absolute consistency from order to order, guaranteed.

Whether you need high-temperature tooling boardsmolded parts or submersible foams, expect identical quality, uniformity, stability and weight for the density you specify – every time.

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