ABS2

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ABS2Actin-Binding Site 2
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Of course, ABS1 and ABS2 show almost identical DSC curves.
The blends with ABS1 + ABS2 show no changes in the FTIR spectra, because the chemical composition of the two materials is identical.
In case of ABS1+ABS2 blends, the fracture mechanism is similar to ABS1 because of the excellent compatibility between ABS1 and ABS2. However, the fracture mechanisms of ABS1+HIPS blends is dramatically changed from ductile to brittle even by the presence of a small amount of HIPS because of the poor compatibility between the two polymers.
"In addition to general purpose applications, Digital ABS2 is ideal for prototyping consumer electronics and other consumer goods, including small appliances and cell phones, which require high stability with thin-wall geometries," says Fred Fischer, director of materials and applications product management at Stratasys.
Three individual housings (ABS1, ABS2, and ABS3) were selected for the subsequent series of recycling experiments.
ABS1 and ABS2 were used to assess the effects on impact and tensile properties respectively, of reprocessing in the torque rheometer at different temperatures and rotational speeds (shear rates).
Some broken samples of ABS2 and granulated particles of ABS3, which had undergone thermal reprocessing 0, 1, 2, or 3 times in the torque rheometer, but had not been injection molded, were used for identification.
The first was a commercial, general-purpose, medium-impact, emulsion-based ABS, referred to here as ABS1.[1] The second material was a commercial bulk/mass ABS, designated ABS2.[2] Both had a rubber content of about 15%.
Much higher levels of polybutene (up to 17.5 pph, or approximately equal to the rubber phase), could be incorporated into ABS2. The observed difference in polybutene loading is likely due to differences in size of the rubber particles and crosslinking level of the two types of ABS.