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Cure

To make good a default.

Cure

1. To correct an error.

2. To make a payment, either in full or in part, on a liability that is in default.
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Also, step-down cures in an autoclave are another way to minimize porosity in the cured rubber product (ref.
The fully cured vacuum-molded part is 57% more impact resistant than the undercured control part.
Due to the fast cure speed of the addition cured material, it is usual to reduce the mold temperature to obtain time to fill the mold while still giving a 50% reduction in cure time over a standard peroxide cured rubber.
When the narrower layer is cured, a step is formed between the edge of the previous layer and the top edge of the new layer.
Cured properties range from hard, high-Tg (525 F) materials to flexible rubber-like materials.
Vapor-cured--Vapor-cured systems (gas cured and coldbox) are those that mix resin on sand grains and blow the mixture into a corebox.
Sand Disposal - There are no wastestreams from the cleanup of mixers, hoppers or magazines because sand doesn't harden until it is cured in the tooling.
In their earliest application, silicate binders were cured by baking.
It can be fully cured at 300 F and offers a hot/wet service temperature of 180 F.
Cured AEM compounds provide an excellent balance of good oil resistance, heat resistance, low temperature flexibility and high damping properties.
One is Ashland's VPC (vapor permeation curing) system, in which the coatings are cured at room temperature in a chamber filled with catalyst vapor (PT, Sept.