Pultruders: Clean up your act without penalties in quality or cost

De Gaspari, John
July 1996
Plastics Technology;Jul96, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p16
Trade Publication
Features Owens Corning Co.'s injection-die impregnation system for pultrusion. Comparison with other injection dies; Design; Specifications.


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