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moulding

(US), molding
Architect
a. a shaped outline, esp one used on cornices, etc.
b. a shaped strip made of wood, stone, etc.

mould, moulding

British variants of mold, molding.
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Besides improved economics, advocates of direct-LFT methods further argue that their approach better retains the length and integrity of glass fiber and improves wet-out and distribution, all of which translates into moldings with superior mechanical properties (e.
If you think molding today is challenging, brace yourself for a future in which you'll need to do even more for your customers - and do it better and faster.
Multi-color or multi-material molding isn't just for captive molders anymore.
Also look for new machines for the full spectrum of specialty markets - including ones for PET preforms (see sidebar), thin-wall molding, high-speed packaging, new "digital video disks," and thermosets.
At the recent SPE ANTEC meeting in New Orleans, Mold-flow introduced a 237-page, hard-bound book, the Flow Analysis Reference Manual, which describes the theoretical background of computer simulation of injection molding.
Polarite 490FW and 494FB are calcium carbonate-based, low-profile additives that reportedly provide zero-shrink moldings in SMC.
While he cites no specific research program or OEM partnership, McGill says applications development at the Center will concentrate on complex-geometry, under-hood tubular parts, manifolds, bumpers, side moldings, and fuel-intake pipes.
This can have the added virtue of virtually "erasing" the weak weld lines that can plague LCP moldings.
Otherwise, the variation of pressure and fill of the cavity would vary enough to affect the quality of the moldings being produced.
patents on the Rohm method, and applied the process to automotive moldings.
The injection rates should be high for thin walled moldings, while a moderate rate for thicker sections will be sufficient.
The latest and most sophisticated EPS and EPP moldings, some of which were displayed at the K 2004 Show in Dusseldorf last October, are durable applications made with multiple stops and multiple materials, all in a single cycle.