The core is the skeleton of a board or ski, usually consisting of vertically laminated strips of wood, glued together and profiled into shape. In certain cases strips of wood are replaced with composite materials to save weight, whilst adding strength.
The copper foil laminated fiberglass panel that printed circuit boards are built upon. Also known as substrate panel or interlayer.
A supporting plane that is internal to a packaging and interconnecting structure. Multilayer circuit boards may contain unclad laminate cores, or special-purpose cores made of metal (aluminium, copper) to enhance heat dissipation or for other purposes.
Core is the magnetic structure built lamination in the generator.
The center section of a ski, usually made of foam or laminated wood, which holds the structural layers apart. A ski's flex is determined by its core thickness.
The tube, made of paperboard or plastic, on which the laminate is delivered from the supplier and the printed labels are finally supplied to the label user.
The internal layers of a high pressure laminate sheet on to which the decorative surface is applied during manufacture.
The laminations in the generator constituting the magnetic structure thereof.
A structural panel onto which decorative surfacing, such as plastic laminate, is applied and which may then be fabricated into cabinets, countertops or casework. Also referred to as a substrate. Greenline products use a WoodstalkÃ¢Â„Â¢ core made from wheat straw.