Definition of coextruded
: produced by simultaneous extrusion of multiple layers The carbonated beverage container is a can within a can; the 7-layer coextruded package consists of a lightweight fluted plastic shell inside a smooth plastic outer container. — Predicasts Technology Update, 30 Apr. 1983 co–extruded plastic cans
coextrude\ˌkō-ik-ˈstrüd\ play or
co–extrudesThe product, made in Mount Vernon, Ind., is coextruded into two layers—one clear, one colored—to simulate automotive paint. — Alexander H. Tullo, Chemical & Engineering News, 20 May 2002 The company designed the pen to be light, very durable, easy to clean, modular and completely free-standing. Hampel coextrudes a polyethylene sheet, which gives the pen walls the required rigidity. — Bill Bregar, Plastics News, 30 Sept. 2013
coextrusion\ˌkō-ik-ˈstrü-zhən\ play or
co–extrusionsAnother breakthrough in packaging results from a process called “barrier coextrusion,” in which plastics with different properties are layered into a single sheet. — James R. Chiles, Smithsonian, November 1985
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