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  • thermoset — noun Date: 1947 a thermosetting resin or plastic …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • thermoset — A classification for materials that become hardened or cured by the application of heat. * * * ther·mo·set (therґmo set″) having undergone thermosetting …   Medical dictionary

  • thermoset — ther·mo·set …   English syllables

  • thermoset — ther•mo•set [[t]ˈθɜr moʊˌsɛt[/t]] n. chem. a thermosetting material • Etymology: 1945–50 …   From formal English to slang

  • thermoset — adjective having the property of becoming permanently hard and rigid when heated or cured the phenol resins and plastics were the original synthetic thermosetting materials • Syn: ↑thermosetting • Ant: ↑thermoplastic (for: ↑thermosetting) …   Useful english dictionary

  • thermoset resin — thermosetting resin a resin that after its initial hardening reaction remains rigid or solid when cooled and reheated; several are used in dentistry, e.g, epoxy resin …   Medical dictionary

  • Wire — For other uses, see Wire (disambiguation). Wires overhead A wire is a single, usually cylindrical, flexible strand or rod of metal. Wires are used to bear mechanical loads and to carry electricity and telecommunications signals. Wire is commonly… …   Wikipedia

  • Plastic — is the general common term for a wide range of synthetic or semisynthetic organic solid materials suitable for the manufacture of industrial products. Plastics are typically polymers of high molecular weight, and may contain other substances to… …   Wikipedia

  • plastic — plastically, plasticly, adv. /plas tik/, n. 1. Often, plastics. any of a group of synthetic or natural organic materials that may be shaped when soft and then hardened, including many types of resins, resinoids, polymers, cellulose derivatives,… …   Universalium

  • Spin casting — or Centrifugal Rubber Mold Casting (CRMC) is a method of utilizing centrifugal force to produce castings from a rubber mold. Typically, a disc shaped mold is spun along its central axis at a set speed. The casting material, usually molten metal… …   Wikipedia

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