Viscosity is a term that people in the plastic injection molding industry talk about quite often, so it is something we will discuss in more detail during the next three tech tips. Viscosity measures the thickness of a fluid. The thicker the fluid, the higher the viscosity. In other words, viscosity is resistance to flow. There are various methods used to measure viscosity and all three will be talked about in the upcoming tech tips, but this tech tip will start with capillary rheometers.
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