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Apart from the use in cars duroplast was also used to make suitcases.
Similar to fiberglass, Duroplast has limited possibilities for efficient disposal.
In the last years the Duroplast was smashed and put cement blocks for pavement construction.
There are stories of pigs,sheep or other domestic farm animals consuming duroplast.
The Viceroy sat at a huge duroplast desk, His hair was a tangled mess.
Roof, hood, trunk and sides are made of a cheap fiberglass material called Duroplast, attached to a steel frame.
But Duroplast has its advantages.
In the late 1990s, the same Zwickau plant that manufactured the Trabant developed a solution for Duroplast disposal.
After removing the glass, engine, and steel frame, the Duroplast shell is shredded and used as an aggregate in cement blocks for pavement construction.
The original exterior of the cars was made from duroplast, a blend of cast-off cotton fibers from Russia mixed with glue.
The Trabant was a steel monocoque design with the roof, trunk lid, hood, fenders, and doors made of Duroplast.
After 1953 key panels were made from duroplast, reducing the weight of the car and anticipating the light weight technologies that would be applied to Trabant construction.
In the main the Pressalit toilet seats are manufactured from duroplast which is a composite thermosetting plastic, similar to Formica and Bakelite.
"If they go for the same type of cladding of duroplast, or western-style glass fibre, you have a light body which obviously will be an advantage for an electric car."
A Berlin biotechnology company claims that it has developed a solution to the duroplast problem: a bacterium that will eat a Trabant in 20 days and leave only compost.
Instead, the Trabant was made of Duroplast, a special kind of plastic, made by mixing formica and bakelite, and made stronger with fibres of cotton.
The application of the fusible core process is not limited just to the injection of thermoplastics, but with corresponding core alloys also to thermosetting plastic molding materials (duroplast).
The Trabant with its Duroplast body, a composite of resin reinforced with cotton fibre, has become a motoring legend alongside the Germany's Volkswagen Beetle and the British Mini.
Wheezing, sputtering and belching clouds of oily blue smoke, with a body made of fibre-reinforced plastic known as Duroplast, the car had more in common with a lawnmower than with a modern car.
Or at least a reasonable facsimile of one: With a body made of fiber-reinforced plastic, known as Duroplast, the Trabant really has more in common with a lawn mower than with a modern car.
In the Trabant area, several of the much-maligned cars are on view, most of them made of Duroplast, a composite of cotton from the Soviet Union mixed with resin and cooked to 370 degrees Fahrenheit.
Urban legends, depicted in the movie Black Cat White Cat and described in a song by the Serbian band Atheist Rap, described recycling Duroplast by feeding the cars to pigs, sheep and other farm animals.
The use of Duroplast in Trabants and subsequent GDR jokes and mockery in western auto magazines such as Car and driver gave rise to an urban myth that the Trabant is made of corrugated cardboard.