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11/27/2017

Aliancys launches Neomould tooling resin

Originally titled 'Composite tooling resin'
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Aliancys (Schaffhausen, Switzerland) has introduced its new Neomould 2017-S-1 resin for manufacturing composite tooling.

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Aliancys AG (Schaffhausen, Switzerland) has introduced its new Neomould 2017-S-1 resin for manufacturing composite tooling. Aliancys says the thixotropic nature of the resin allows for excellent application on vertical surfaces without sagging. Neomould 2017-S-1 also is said to offer near-zero shrinkage, which enables good dimensional accuracy. The company also says that the combination of an enhanced thixotropic profile and optimized curing characteristics make the resin suitable for producing thick parts — up to 12 layers of glass fiber reinforcements.

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