overcure

overcure

(ˌəʊvəˈkjʊə)
vb (tr)
to cure for longer than necessary
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This lining is susceptible to overcure, which may take place when heat cure time and temperature parameters are surpassed.
Tensile testing of free films prepared at different bake temperatures is useful in establishing the effects of undercure and overcure.
It was resulted a surface finish with a noticeable distributed roughness as well as low chordwise ridges due to resin overcure in at the build layer interfaces.
For example, the end points of the surface hatching passes stop one beam radius from the outer perimeter of a surface to avoid overcure.
A detailed study of some important build parameters which affect the quality and accuracy of the final stereolithography parts, such as the layer thickness, resultant overcure, hatch space, blade gap, and part location can be found in (Zhou et al, 2000).
Cracking and chipping are associated with overcure, as are difficulties with adhesion of repair coats and topcoats.
During SL processing, overcure is necessary to obtain a good adhesion between adjacent layers [1].
Overcure, or reversion, leads to degradation of properties via the loss of crosslink density and the accompanying main chain modifications.
However, it is preferable to have some bubbles inside the part, than to overcure it.
Variations in mold temperature, whether in-cavity or at the parting line, are said to result in poor and inconsistent parts or a tendency to overcure to compensate, with attendant power consumption costs.
This finding shows that the low impact strength obtained in air is not due to undercure or overcure but rather an "inherent" property of some colorant-PE blends.
Variations in mold temperature, whether incavity or at the parting line, are said to result in poor and inconsistent parts, or a tendency to overcure to compensate, with attendant power consumption costs.