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Old 12-01-2021, 02:07 PM
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Originally Posted by seedlings View Post
Exactly. My question is, ‘for which plastic is “correctly”?’
Originally Posted by thechamp View Post
There is a mold with a particular volume.
They cram the proper density plastic in the mold.
Some blends fly well, some don't.
Originally Posted by jakebake91 View Post
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I'd guess the answer might be none of the above?
Yep, there is no correct answer. The manufacturers know the plastics so about all they need to worry about is having a diameter large enough that when the base plastic shrinks it's still a 21cm diameter disc. Otherwise I doubt the different plastics come into play much when they develop a mold piece.
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