1967-02-01

Quality and Economy in Glass Reinforced Plastics with Vibrin-Mat Molding Compounds 670105

The high strength and heat resistance of glass reinforced polyesters can now be obtained with great simplification of the molding process. Dry sheet material, fully compounded with high glass fiber levels and resin additives, can be fed directly to presses and formed into improved quality automotive parts. The improved quality and inherent economics of this new process suggest a complete revaluation of glass reinforced polyesters in automotive applications.
A description of quality achievements and possible advantages is presented.

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