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  • Therefore, the problem of solving the splash marks off the Table Mould(FURNITUREMOULD) https://www.furnituremould.com/product/chair-table-stool-mould/
    is to eliminate all volatile substances. If the material contains moisture, it should be dried. If it is decomposed or depolymerized to cause volatiles, the temperature of the cylinder should be lowered. If the moisture in the mold is to be controlled, the temperature should be increased.

    The materials most likely to be affected by moisture are those which contain a hydrophilic group in their molecular structure. Among the commonly used plastics, acrylic, nylon, and cellulose are the most hydrophilic and therefore most prone to splashing. However, due to the presence of finely divided carbon (carbon black), some outdoor weathering grade polyolefins have a tendency to absorb moisture, while others such as ABS and polycarbonate tend to attract enough moisture to cause splash marks on the particles themselves by absorbing moisture. On the surface pores.

    Manufacturers typically supply materials in a dry state. Few moisture contents are too high to be satisfactorily shaped, but a small amount of moisture (less than 0-1%) can usually be tolerated in nylon or acrylic materials. ABS and polycarbonate cannot tolerate moisture at all. Moldings. These must be dried immediately prior to use and the heat placed in the hopper. Nylon and acrylic should be stored in airtight containers or polyethylene film bags and should be kept dry.

    Some molds believe that the splash mark is caused by shear heating in the gate, based on the fact that the splash mark is almost always radiated from the gate. With a well-designed door system, this is highly unlikely due to the burn marks that have been discussed in this chapter.

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How to Deal With The Splash Marks of The Table Mould

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