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Plastazote ® Orthopedics A cross-linked polyethylene block foam used to create orthopedic prosthetics. See Prosthetics.
Plastazote thermoplastic expanded polyethylene plastic with good insulating properties, formed as heat-mouldable sheets in a variety of thicknesses (e.g. 2-25mm), and varying densities (e.g. soft and hard); used to make moulded orthoses Table 1
Table 1: Common thermoplastics (3mm thickness) used in orthoses manufacture
|Material||Moulding temperature (°C)||Heating time (minutes)|
|TL61 carbon fibre||180||20|
Note: Heating times will need to be adjusted up or down for thicker or thinner materials.
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The cost, buying the materials in small quantities, is around [pounds sterling]120 Plastazote
is used in the container packing industry to protect sensitive equipment--so it might be possible to find a source to recycle into a boat.
, a trademarked name and the polyethylene foam of choice for many, is able to customize to a patient's foot within a day.
The upper surface of the insole is Plastazote
The outer shield was made of semi-flexible 3-mm-thick high-density polyethylene and the inner, energy-absorbing part of 12-mm-thick Plastazote
(Fagerdala World Foams, Termonova Inc.
First of all you put some snail-shaped cork or Plastazote
on the hook, tapering it towards the rear.