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Delrin Edit

http://forums.reprap.org/read.php?184,290357

http://www.polymerplastics.com/mechanical_delrin2.shtml

http://www.polymerplastics.com/images/dataSheets/DSDelrinII.pdf

http://www2.dupont.com/Plastics/en_US/assets/downloads/design/230323c.pdf

Glass transition Edit

http://www.misumi-techcentral.com/tt/en/mold/2011/12/106-glass-transition-temperature-tg-of-plastics.html Thermoplastic resins melt when its temperature becomes higher than its melting point and becomes liquid, but as it is gradually cooled from the liquid state its viscosity gradually increases, and it goes into a rubbery state and it finally solidifies. The temperature at the border from the rubbery state to the solid state (called the glass state) is called its "glass transition temperature". The glass transition temperature is generally indicated as Tg. Tg is a physical quantity that is determined by the type of plastic. By knowing the value of Tg, it is possible to estimate the time required for the molded item to cool inside the cavity and the molded item temperature at which it can be ejected from the mold.

http://www.misumi-techcentral.com/tt/en/mold/2010/02/028-molding-shrinkage-ratios-of-major-plastic-materials.html The cavity surface temperature column is the temperature of the Heated chamber for 3d printing the part.

Strongest plastic Edit

http://makezine.com/2012/01/31/what-is-the-worlds-strongest-plastic/ polybenzimidazole, Celazole

http://www.aetnaplastics.com/products/d/Celazole

http://www.sabic-ip.com/gep/en/Home/Home/home.html


Armor plating platic Edit

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zylon

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