Hello everyone and I wanted to ask if anyone has a plastic welding table, this is the table that describes the types of plastics - ABS, PP, PE etc. And there is a setting of the thickness of the plastic for a given material, temperature and welding speed.
If someone had, for example, in the manual, please insert.
Yes, only for the nozzle of the correct cross-section. Just do not treat this table as a bible, these values work at 20 ° C. i adds to the value ? tem. around 10-15 ° and the air discharge depends mainly on the thickness and position of the welding.
Is it acceptable to combine PP-T10 with PP-T20, i.e. different PP developments? It is known that you can buy both, there is no problem with it, but from what I read the final numbers mean the% content of talc in the PP alloy.
Overall, talc will have an impact on how the two "different" PPs come together?