Functions And Applications Of Commonly Used Plastics In Automobiles

Functions And Applications Of Commonly Used Plastics In Automobiles In addition to the use of regional classification, the functions and applications of commonly used plastics can not be ignored. The following lists material properties and lists the locations and characteristics of commonly used plastics in today’s automobiles. 1) Polypropylene (PP) Saturated addition polymers made from…

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The Advantages Of Automotive Plastics

The Advantages Of Automotive Plastics Compared with traditional steel products, automotive plastics have advantages in light weight, increased freedom of design, and reduced cost. The use of plastics at non-critical structural components eliminates the need to increase the strength of plastic components and can provide many of the advantages mentioned above. Under the pressure of…

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Extrusion Coating

Extrusion Coating Extrusion coating is a process used to coat materials with a thin plastic layer using heat and pressure. This process is used to improve the durability and surface quality of paper, fabrics, aluminum foil and other plastic products. The coating is applied by pressure injecting molten plastic into a slot die that extrudes…

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Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering

Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering Mechanical manufacturing engineering is a form of product design. When products are engineered for mechanical manufacturing, they are designed to be assembled from several component parts. The process of mechanical manufacturing engineering requires the design team to carefully consider how a product will be assembled. During the design phase, the product prototype…

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Rubber Injectio Molding

Rubber Injectio Molding Rubber injection molding is a manufacturing process used to create rubber parts. This type of process is ideal for creating small parts that require precision, or parts that fit inside other components. Rubber parts are widely used in a range of mechanical parts and machines. A rubber injection molding machine is typically…

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What Is Molding Pressure?

What Is Molding Pressure? Molding pressure typically refers to a measurement of force within an injection molding machine. In injection molding, plastic resins are melted and pushed into a steel or aluminum mold, fabricating plastic parts. The mold pressure determines with what force the melted resin is forced through the machine and injected into the…

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Ultrasonic Welding

Ultrasonic Welding Ultrasonic welding is an industrial technique which makes two pieces of plastic or metal be joined together seamlessly through high-frequency acoustic vibrations. One component to be welded is placed upon a fixed anvil, with the second component being placed on top. An extension connected to a transducer is lowered down onto the top…

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