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extrudable

(ɪkˈstruːdəbəl)
adj
able to be extruded
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To eat the hard coral, the starfish has an extrudable stomach that wraps around the coral and ingests it.
Aflas 400E has been added to the company's line of extrudable fluoroelastomer grades.
Objective: The GELCLAD project aims at creating a novel cost-effective, durable, industrialised and easy to install composite insulation cladding system, based on a single multi-meso-structured panel with excellent insulation properties, made from functional bio-polymer composite (ecoWPC) as skin coupling with unique advanced foamable extrudable aerogel (FEA) as insulation core/layer.
7,838,479 B2; Unilever Home & Personal Care USA, Greenwich, CT, has patented a stable, extrudable, multiphase aqueous liquid cleansing composition.
Among the extrudable materials one of the most widely employed is ABS, which is ideal for conceptual prototyping through design verification, and is available in a variety of standard and custom colors.
Hydrophilic materials in extrudable and solution based forms
According to project leader Dr Damian Fullston of CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering, "They are not only fire-, blast- and acid-resistant, they are also strong, castable, sprayable, and extrudable, making their potential uses almost limitless.
It is one of the world's leading suppliers of engineering thermoplastics offering a broad portfolio of high-performance products including Stanyl high-performance polyamide and Akulon 6 and 66 polyamides, Arnitel TPC, Arnite PBT and PET polyesters, Xantar polycarbonate, Yparex extrudable adhesive resins.
Finally, EastOne from Eastman Chemical Company is a heat stable, melt extrudable, water dispersible, copolyester that can be used for the production of microfibers.
He says uses of geopolymers are almost limitless given that their properties include that they are adhesive, castable, extrudable, sprayable and strong.
Despite the fact that there are design studios where "virtual" is replacing "actual" in vehicle development, for those who are interested in sticking with 3D models that they can see, touch and feel (without some goggles and sensor-lad-ened gloves), there is a new line of extrudable pastes from Axson Group (Paris; www.
Elastosil R401/10 is a bubble-free extrudable 10 Shore A silicone.