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Blown film extrusion is the most common process for the production of continuous films that are used primarily for packaging. The first step in the process is to melt the plastic in the extruder, the molten polymer then enters an annular die head and is formed into a tube of plastic material. For multilayer films one extruder per material is required, their melt strands are combined in the die head to produce a tube of plastic with concentric layers.
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Used in conjunction with Fujifilm Prescale pressure indicating films, Topaq provides a quick, yet thorough analysis of the pressure distribution and magnitude between any two surfaces that come into contact... read more
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