LFI

(redirected from Long-Fiber Injection)
AcronymDefinition
LFILocal File Inclusion
LFILink Fragmentation and Interleaving (Cisco)
LFILink Fragmentation and Interleaving
LFILine Frame Interface
LFILow Speed Link Features
LFILearning from Incidents (safety)
LFILethal Force Institute
LFILocal Financial Institution (various locations)
LFILeatherhead Food International (US and UK)
LFILearning for Independence (Maryland)
LFILife Force International (California)
LFILandesforstinventar (National Forest Inventory, Switzerland)
LFILong-Fiber Injection (materials science)
LFILow Flow Ischemia
LFILast File Indicator
LFILeague for the Fifth International
LFILimited Field Investigation
LFILive Female Infant (obstetrics)
LFILarge Format Inkjet
LFILinear Frequency Invariant
LFILow Fire Interlock
LFILaserfab Incorporated
LFILawyers Fostering Independence (Seattle, WA)
LFILaunch Force Inhibitor
LFILow Frequency Intermodulation
LFILoving Friends International
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Probably the first multi-process injection molding was direct long-fiber injection molding of automotive front end carriers, developed in-house by French automotive molder Faurecia, headquartered in Nanterre, France, in the late 1990s.
com)-- From filament winding to long-fiber injection molding, polyurethanes can be processed in a variety of ways to meet the many needs of manufacturers serving a broad range of markets.
IMC occupies a niche in a long-fiber injection market dominated by use of precompounded pellets.
has teamed up with German mold-texturing expert Galvanoform to develop a process that combines K-M's PUR Long-Fiber Injection (LFI) process with Galvanoform's in-mold graining (IMG) technology.
SRIM took a new direction in 1995 with the launch of Krauss-Maffei's Long-Fiber Injection (LFI) process, which chops and wets out glass fibers inside the mixhead.
New equipment at the K show will include a lab line for RIM-molded auto-interior skins, recirculating spray mixheads designed for open-pour RIM, and upgrades for making SRIM structural composites with a long-fiber injection system.
In the fledgling field of thermoplastic composites, two processes stand out as likely to make the greatest commercial impact in this decade: 1) long-fiber injection molding, and 2) reinforced sheet stamping.