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Old 09-05-2011, 04:34 PM
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Originally Posted by discspeed View Post
While that does sound good in theory, it would be impossible to get 2 totally different types of plastic to bond chemically the way MVP's 2 plastics bond. This is integral to the structural integrity of the disc and it's ability to hold together over time. As it stands, no one will ever see a MVP disc that has separated. It would be impossible without precision laser cutting tools or something crazy like that. The bond is actually stronger than the plastics, so under a huge amount of stress theoretically one of the plastics would tear apart before the bond did.
Really? They are doing a pretty simple overmold. Plastic loves being round. Grades of materials would have to be matched up to get similar melt characteristics, but seems pretty easy to me.