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  • n. Plural form of thermoplastic.

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Examples

  • So-called thermoplastics, in contrast, are softer and can be remelted easily.

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  • Founder and director Chrissy Crawford will feature sculptures created by MakerBot, a 3-D printer that "draws" or builds with extruded thermoplastics, which turn from liquid to solid.

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  • Includes discussion of natural polymers from tropical trees and the vulcanization of rubber, semi-synthetics (such as celluloid), thermosetting plastics (such as Bakelite), amino plastics (such as melamine), thermoplastics, and high-tech plastics.

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  • Toyota stamps the sheet metal, welds the body (with robots), diecasts the engine block, runs the electrical wiring packages, molds the thermoplastics, and assembles a car every 30 seconds.

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  • Dynasol is one of the world's largest manufacturers of solution-based styrene-butadiene specialty rubber, and hydrogenated thermoplastics.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report January 2003

  • Polymerizates (thermoplastics) polyvinyl chloride, rigid (unplasticized PVC) acetylene and hydrocloric acid instable to some organic compounds polyvinyl chloride, flexible (plasticized PVC) acetylene, hydroclorid acid and plasticizer stability less than for rigid PVC poloystyrene ethylene and benzene instable to most of the organic compounds polyvinyl acetate acetylene and acetic acid

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  • Unlike most thermoplastics, ABS-ESD7 prevents a buildup of static electricity, so it can't produce a static shock.

  • The process creates functional prototypes and manufactured goods directly from any 3D CAD program, using high-performance industrial thermoplastics.

  • We are using this cash to further reposition our portfolio of assets to drive additional specialty growth, and in the last four months, we have acquired two Specialty platform businesses in January 2011, the Company acquired Uniplen, a Brazilian specialty engineered materials and thermoplastics distribution business with annual revenues of $34 million.

  • Adding to this, Dr. Wallace Kunerth, Penford's Chief Science Officer, said, "Novomer's expertise in sustainable polymers combined with Penford's expertise in specialty starch based formulations provide an opportunity to create highly-functional, cost-effective, and renewable thermoplastics to extend or replace petroleum-based plastics in barrier films and structured articles."

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