core molding

core molding

[′kȯr ‚mōld·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A molding process which makes use of assembled cores to construct the mold.
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A manufacturer of sheet molding compound and a molder of fiberglass reinforced plastics, Core Molding Technologies Inc.
Core Molding Technologies is a compounder and molder of SMC and also uses RTM, spray-up, and hand lay-up to produce composites for cars, trucks, and personal watercraft.
Isobar super-thermal conductors, used in conjunction with Isoplatens, permit each core molding surface to be held at the optimum uniform molding temperature and provide high thermal efficiency, according to the literature.
In its core molding workshop for full mold casting, Gebruder Gienanth-Eisenberg GmbH, Germany, makes sand cores for the casting of cylinder crankcases, with an output of 400 cores per day.
TAT608) JAMES SIMONTON - CORE MOLDING TECHNOLOGIES INC (CMT).
The molding line cell is totally automated and incorporates state-of-the-art metal lost core molding equipment; three Remak servo-electric gantry robots for parts handling; a prototype melt-out tank which uses hardware common to the electroplating industry but unique to plastic molding; and advanced closed loop recycling techniques to reclaim and reuse the metal, wash water and the lutron, the glycol based oil bath used in the melt-out process.
DuPont tapped Entegris' materials expertise and core molding competency to help commercialize this innovative material.
USER--Foundries using various casting processes, including Lost Foam, V-Process, No-Bake, replacing silica and specialty sands as backing or core molding material.
RAS601) JAMES SIMONTON - CORE MOLDING TECHNOLOGIES INC (CMT).
Simonton, Chairman of the Board of Core Molding Technologies, Inc.
Gas emissions from core molding and mold pouring is an issue for every foundry using sand binders.