This imperfection is not only aesthetically unattractive, but it is also in the weld line region where the properties are different from the bulk (9), (11).
What does WL stand for?
WL stands for Weld Line
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- Wave Length
- Weak Link (physics)
- Weak Localization
- Weakest Link (TV game show)
- Weapons Laboratory
- Weight for Length
- Weight Lifting
- Weight Loss
- Weird Look
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One bright spot is that today's mold-filling analysis programs do a great job of pointing out where the weld lines will be; there is no longer any reason for surprises in finding a weld line when the tool is trialed.
The $9364 grade introduced a year ago increased impact performance by 75 per cent and gave an up to 300 per cent better weld line strength.
The Novolas C system allows versatile weld pattern programming for weld line widths as small as 600 mm.
By placing the part to be tested between the indicator lenses and looking through to any available light source, the molder can immediately detect stresses and weld lines, revealed as dark areas.
As expected, the injection rate also has a positive influence on the reduction in weld-line notches due to the steeper and faster pressure increase after the initial formation of the weld line.