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6/22/2016

High-temperature tooling board

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DUNA-USA (Baytown, TX, US) has introduced BLUE CORINTH HT 700, a new high-temperature tooling system that offers an operating temperature of 205°C and a Tg of 265°C.

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DUNA-USA Inc. (Baytown, TX, US) has introduced BLUE CORINTH HT 700, a new high-temperature tooling system that offers an operating temperature of 205°C and a Tg of 265°C. This 43.6-lb/ft3 density rigid polyurethane tooling board is designed for master models, composite layup tools, prototyping, vacuum form tools and low-volume tooling. Available sizes include 19.68 by 59 by 3.93 inches and 19.68 by 59 by 2 inches.

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