The application prospect of resin protection board

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Japan's development of resin protection board resin application prospects can be expected

recently, Japan's DNP company developed a resin protection sheet with a pencil hardness of up to 9h, with the goal of replacing the chemically strengthened glass protection board used in smart and tablet computer display screens. It is scheduled to start mass production in the first half of 2013, and strive to achieve a sales volume of 10billion yen in 2014 by adopting a reliable and inexpensive analog electromechanical converter

the developed product forms a hardening film material with anti fingerprint function on the front of the resin sheet substrate and a printable hardening film material on the back. DNP uses the self-developed hardening film material to realize the two opposite characteristics of high startup recycling pilot hardness and softness at the same time

resins usually refer to organic polymers that have softening or melting range after heating, and tend to flow under external force when softening. They are solid, semi-solid, and sometimes liquid at room temperature. Broadly speaking, any polymer that can be used as raw material for plastic products processing is called resin

at this time, the jaw grease should be replaced. There are natural resin and synthetic resin. Natural resin refers to the amorphous organic substances obtained from the secretions of animals and plants in nature, such as rosin, amber, shellac, etc. Synthetic resin refers to the resin products obtained by chemical synthesis of simple organic substances or chemical reaction of some natural products

resin, as an important film-forming material, is being more widely used with the rapid development of the coating industry. In 2010, China achieved a total output of 9.66 million tons of coatings, an increase of 22.8% year-on-year, an increase of more than 1 million tons compared with 7.55 million tons in 2009. The rapid development of the demand market has given resin products more and more market space. Thus, 2011 has entered March, and the development of the coating industry is still rapid. According to this development, the resin industry has a very promising prospect

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