Use of Soric core in conjunction with ISO 12215-5

Discussion in 'Materials' started by wharris87, Jan 13, 2012.

  1. wharris87
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    wharris87 New Member

    Hi,

    Does anyone have any experience of specifying a laminate that complies with ISO 12215-5, when using a Lantor Soric core?

    does that core count as a bulking material, or should it be assumed to be a sandwich core?

    Any advice would be brilliant!

    cheers,

    Will
     
  2. Herman
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    Herman Senior Member

    Why not contacting Lantor direct? I have found them very helpful.
     
  3. fcfc
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    fcfc Senior Member

    Did you got an answer ?

    I mailed them for the very same question about Soric LRC, but did not got an answer.

    NB For SF and XF have a shear strength > 3 N/mm², so may be OK to be used as bulking.
    For LRC, shear strength is lower, and published data is still preliminary.

    BTW, are there other products bulking material/infusion media in small thickness ?

    Thanks.
     

  4. Herman
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    Herman Senior Member

    I have a bunch of 3mm Core-Cell A500 in double cut configuration, which could do the job.

    Otherwise you end up with either Soric-like materials or Rovicores. The latter being weighty. (fills 100% with resin)
     
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