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Annealing of Nylon & Reinforced Nylons

Publisher: Plastics International
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This white paper presents the factors that necessitate the annealing of nylon and reinforced nylons necessary, and analyzes problems that may arise if materials are not annealed. Stating the importance of annealing, the paper describes the steps in the annealing/stress relieving procedure such as placing the parts in air circulating oven to facilitate air circulation around them, heating the oven to 320F at a maximum heating rate of 20F per hour and maintaining it for 30 minutes plus 15 minutes for every 1/8 in. of cross-section, cooling the oven to 150F over 15 hours with a maximum cooling rate of 10F per hour, and turning off the oven and allowing it to cool to room temperature before removing parts.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.Why Anneal Plastics?1
2.Annealing/Stress Relieving Procedures for Nylon1
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