Z bond

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Z bond

A bond on which interest accrues but is not currently paid to the investor but rather is added to the principal balance of the Z bond and becoming payable upon satisfaction of all prior bond classes.

Z Bond

A bond on which interest accrues but is not paid to the bondholder until maturity. That is, the interest is added back into the principal and further interest is calculated over the new, larger principal. A Z bond is also called an accrual bond. See also: Accretion, Balloon Mortgage.
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40 percent increase in "green" strength for improved ease of use -- 40 percent increase in final strength of parts cured with Z-Bond 101 -- Noticeable increase in richness of colors and brightness of whites -- 100 percent increase in strength of water-cured parts, an easy, clean process that finishes parts with a spritz of water
The Z-bond acts as a stabilizing influence on the other tranches.
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s new zp(R)131 material, also released today, makes parts that, when infiltrated with Z-Bond, are 50 percent stronger than when printed with zp130, the material's predecessor.
They have been marketed under various private labels; Lubrilon, Slick 50 (1978-1984), Matrix, Camtron, Z-Bond as well as others.