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blow molding

[′blō ‚mōl·diŋ]
(engineering)
A method of fabricating hollow plastic objects, such as bottles, by forcing a parison into a mold cavity and shaping by internal air pressure. Also known as blowing.
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The firm got into blow molding with the purchase of the current headquarters plant from ICM Plastics in 2006.
Europe uses a lot of bimodal polyethylene for blow molding, while in the USA the bimodal resins haven't been used to any great extent," says Terry Glass, treasurer of the Blow Molding Division and a technical strategy leader at Braskem.
Complete blow molding turnkey packages in conjunction with B&W/Uniloy Milacron blow molding machine suppliers.
Blow Molding services include CAD product development, mold engineering, a test facility to develop prototype molds and test production-ready molds prior to shipment.
The conference showed that innovation is in fact happening in blow molding, mainly in the areas of alternative materials, advanced molding techniques, and large-part molding.
R&B's sister company, Monroe Mold, produces molds for all blow molding platforms.
Blow Molding Packaging Design and Engineering Concept to Customer
One obvious demonstration of this fact is the ability of thermoplastic elastomers to form hollow parts by blow molding, as opposed to injection molding or the antiquated transfer molding processes, which are the techniques available for making such parts from thermoset rubber.
Engineering and toolmaking capabilities for injection blow and injection stretch blow molding using AutoCad and advanced Pro-E technologies.