bead molding


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bead molding

[′bēd ‚mōl·diŋ]
(building construction)
A small, convex molding of semicircular or greater profile. Also known as baguette.

bead molding

A narrow wood drip molded on one edge against which a door or window closes, a stop bead; a strip of metal or wood used around the periphery of a pane of glass to secure it in a window frame. See also: Molding

bead molding

bead molding
1. A small, convex molding of semicircular or greater profile; also called a half round; a roundel; a baguette.
2. Same as paternoster.
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Quicker mold changes for short- and medium-run shape molders are provided by the latest expandable bead molding machinery from European suppliers.
Key statement: A green tire is built on a forming drum and then transferred to a bead molding and pre-vulcanization station where each bead of the tire is molded by tightening it between two axially opposite clamping surfaces respectively carried by an axially external annular locating element and an axially internal annular locating element consisting of radially expandable circumferential sectors.
Smaller is proving to be better in several different areas of expandable bead molding.
Automation in EPS bead molding has gone well beyond robotic handling of mold inserts and parts removal.