Patents

Impact Absorbing Member for Vehicle

February 22, 2012

An impact absorbing member for a vehicle comprising of a plurality of synthetic resin foams arranged in a stack has been patented. Each foam comprises a hard skin layer and a foamed layer entirely enclosed within the skin layer. Inside, a plurality of irregular sections of projections and depressions that mate with each other are formed by superimposed surfaces of the plurality of foams. Iside of this, a void is formed between the superimposed surfaces of the plurality of foams.
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