plasticated

plasticated

(ˈplæstɪˌkeɪtɪd)
adj
covered with a layer of plasticartificial or unnatural
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If you are planning short cycle times, you'll want an appropriate amount of plasticated second-shot material available.
Now I'm obliged to dodge in and out of ragged bin-liners, soggy Chinese lanterns, schoolkids' pop bottles - and the latest insult, pendulous plasticated dog-dirt.
It was one of the eleven titles that Graphic also issued under the Laurentian Syndicate imprint (Kotin, 48, 53) in a distinctive brown plasticated binding.
HIPS pellets were plasticated in the barrel, and a metered amount of nitrogen gas was injected into the HIPS melt.
115 Any new element produced, from a bullet case or bottle top to plasticated telephone wire, can be appropriated and will generate its own stylistic possibilities.
Also appearing on a shelf near you soon are the baby's grandparents - the first golden oldies to be plasticated and packaged.
The Barbi twins are overly plasticated male pornographic fantasies who've sacrificed all their integrity to shake their tits and make money, all the while disgracing their mother for the sake of profit.
Intermittent extrusion Intermittent extrusion involves using either a reciprocating screw machine or a conventional extruder to plasticate the TPE pellets and move the plasticated polymer into the front of the barrel of the retracting reciprocating screw or into an accumulator.
Due to the historical development of wear in plastics processing, the first model tests were created for plasticated filled raw materials.
The preheated material is plasticated in the tangentially connected single-screw extruder and cleaned in an automatic, self-cleaning filter.
The melting behavior and the crystallization behavior of the plasticated iPP were also observed in a polarized light microscope with a heat stage, Leica DMLP from Leica Inc.