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Students learn technical terms connected to plastic forming processes (Injection molding
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Extrusion processes Blow molding process Combining continuous extrusion and molding Co-extrusion Film extrusion injection molding Pipe/profile extrusion
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Plastic Processes
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6 minutes 9 seconds
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Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
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Listening comprehension
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Advanced (C1)
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This resource is intended for:Business/professional students
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1. Fill the gap.
A good start ismolding.
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Injection molding is used to make plastic parts using two-partthat,
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Materialflows into the injection machine screw where it is melted by the compressing motion of the screw and then inject it …
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… but there is no mold, and the resin compressing screw rotates constantly, and product is created.
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Belts or cleated pullers apply smooth tension on the product and keep it moving in pace with the
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It's a process that often operates in amovement with a set of molds.
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Each mold takes a turn grabbing a section of extruded tube called a paracin and shuttling it to one side toit into a bottle …
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Each mold alternates with a second mold doing the same thing for maximum.
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The same blow molding process can also utilize multiplefor what is called co-extrusion.
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… an outside color for brand,
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A high volume form of blow molding uses many molds mounted onto a continuously-rotating wheel.
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The very popular sails of plastic bottles forbeverages has created a unique process for blow molded bottles made …
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… thin plastic material for products like garbage bags or the sheeting used inindustry and packaging are produced.
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A very thinopening , which is often fed by multiple extruders, faces upward in a round shape.
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… where it is thenand brought back down and placed onto rolls, or converted into popular film products.
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And all these processes from injection molding to film extrusion rely on Conair products to support their productivity and.
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