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lamination

 [lam″ĭ-na´shun]
a laminar structure or arrangement.

lam·i·na·tion

(lam'i-nā'shŭn),
1. An arrangement in the form of plates or laminae.
2. Embryotomy by removing the fetal head in slices.

lamination

(lam″ĭ-nā′shŏn)
A layer-like arrangement.
laminated (lam′ĭ-nāt″ĕd), adjective
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Also, the global aircraft decorative laminates market report looks at factors such as rise in need for the development of lightweight aircraft interiors, growing focus on retrofitting of aircraft interiors, and increasing demand for high-pressure laminates (HPLs) in aircraft.
First developed in the early 1970s, laminates offered a high-end product at a fraction of the price of hardwood with an equal, if not better, performance in terms of water resistance, scratch resistance and lifespan.
Some hardware engineers believe laminate pricing should be readily available, as if they were shopping on Amazon or buying resistors on DigiKey.
- If you're deciding whether you should install laminate flooring yourself, consider these questions.
And although it's much more stable than solid hardwood, engineered flooring is still more sensitive to humidity and temperature fluctuations than laminate. Laminate is a better choice in kitchens and basements.
Increased style options are another driver of laminate flooring's increase in popularity.
The highest scratching force values (5 N) were observed in the standard laminate (L1), laminate with a barrier layer (L2), and laminate with a barrier and an aluminum oxide overlay (L5).
There are two ways to get a sense of the real world durability of the laminates you're considering.
He noted that growth of laminate flooring was attributed in large measure to features such as superior performance of the product including its sturdiness, fade and stain resistance, low maintenance, as well as lower price and wide-ranging styles.
Special equipment to laminate the adhesive tape to the elastomer extrusion is required, and this step is generally designed into the production process as an "add on" or "post production" operation.