Current prepreg-formation technologies
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Formation technologies for prepregs intended for items made of glass and carbon fiber are discussed. A comparison of prepreg technologies that are used for manufacturing thermoplastic and thermoreactive binders is given. Advantages of standard prepreg-formation technologies (solution and melt type) and modern sheet molding compounds and bulk molding compounds) are considered.
Keywordsprepregs thermoplastic and thermoreactive binders
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