Controlled Viscosity Molding of Complex Polymers

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Wednesday, November 9 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM

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Title: Controlled Viscosity Molding of Complex Polymers

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Molders’ limited understanding of plastic behavior derives from only understanding its performance in conventional machines, utilizing pressure to attain flowable viscosities through shear. Since polymer melt is non-Newtonian, applying injection pressure increases viscosity five to 25 times before shearing. This dictates the machine’s and mold’s robustness; what polymers can be molded; and part cost. Controlled Viscosity Molding (CVM) applies the laws of physics differently, processing any resin with 10-20% of the power of conventional machines. CVM works with complex polymer chains, not against them, enabling precision molding of complex polymers and highly filled blends that cannot be processed conventionally.

Type: Molding Conference


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