In our post, Temperature Variations Cause Inconsistent Liner Placement, we “proved” that compound temperature and placement are related – by using the transitive property from our old high-school algebra days.
Sounds “geeky," right?
Perhaps, but it proved to be a fun way to look at a couple of otherwise mundane subjects. Through that process we came to the conclusion that:
“…if we can control the temperature of the compound as it exits the nozzle, it will be at a predictable viscosity and we can go a long way toward controlling the liner process.”