Thermosetting Resins

Thermosetting Resins Definition:

Highly cross linked polymers that are generally very hard and insoluble.

Thermosetting Resins Explained:

The resin is made into shapes, and have no support providing a structure. The polymer compound that becomes soft or fluid when heated, which then returns to its original solid state when chilled. This compound is used in plastic molding processes. The process of injection molding requires the raw material to be in a liquid or plastic state to filling the mold completely.