Resin Transfer Molding. A process whereby catalyzed resin is transferred or injected into a closed mold in which the fiberglass reinforcement has been placed.
Resin Transfer Molding: A low pressure, closed molding process, using liquid thermoset resins reinforced with various forms of fiber reinforcement.
Resin Transfer Molding. A molding process in which catalyzed resin is pumped into a two-sided, matched mold where a fibrous reinforcement has been placed. The mold and/or resin may or may not be heated.
RESIN TRANSFER MOLDING. A process whereby catalyzed thermosetting rein is transferred or injected into an enclosed mold in which the fiber reinforcement has been placed. Cure is normally accomplished without external heat. RTM combines relatively low tooling and equipment costs with the ability to mold large structural parts. In general, thermoplastics are too viscous to be used in RTM even if heat is applied.
Resin transfer moulding