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LAB REPORT#2 POLYMER CASTING (MEEN-5301) SUBMITTED TO DR. LARRY PEEL TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY, KINGSVILLE. PREPARED BY, KUNAL PATEL K#00369283 JULY 14, 2016
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SUMMARY The objective of this manufacturing lab was to do casting using various types of mold and using polymer resin as a material. Here we use two molds. Both are non-heated non-vented. We use polyurethane and silicone material as resin to make coins.
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INTRODUCTION: The purpose of this lab is to familiar with different type of polymer resins to mold coin from resins. Here we use polyurethane and silicone as resin material along with their hardener. Then after mixing both resin and hardener in appropriate proportion we have to pour it into mold. And observe the coin we cured form the mold. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS: Oven C-clamps 2 – Aluminum molds without vent and pour holes Polyurethane and Silicone Resin along with their hardeners Wolo Scraper Acetone PROCEDURES: [1] 1. Put latex gloves, protective glasses on, and lab coats.
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  • Fall '15
  • Zhou
  • Resin, Silicone, Resin casting, Kunal Patel, Texas A&M University Kingsville, DR. LARRY PEEL

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