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moulder

(US), molder
a person who moulds or makes moulds
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Sidel is the world record holder for the largest installed base of blow moulders, accounting for more than one out of every two bottles blown.
To set this record, Sidel has relied on its strengths: proven technology for nearly 30 years, the excellent responsiveness of its production teams--90% of blow moulders are delivered within 12 weeks all over the world, about 1,000 experts monitor, maintain and improve the productivity of Sidel machines.
Jacksons also conducted trials on the Multitex4 moulder in the APV Baker Innovation Centre at Peterborough, and on a prototype machine in their own bakery.
But some companies may be sacrificing productivity and finish quality by operating moulders with incorrect feed speeds and improper tooling, or failing to properly adjust to the set-up requirements of the specie of wood being machined.
Companies should check to see if their moulders can be adjusted to accept a feed increase or decrease.
Three popular choices are jointed moulders, single knife moulders and planer moulders.
Jointed moulders are generally regarded as a popular choice for companies looking for a moulder with high feed speeds.
For instead of trying to offer a broad variety of woodworking equipment like most of its competitors, Weinig's sole focus from Day One has been on moulders and moulder equipment.
Directly attributing to its success in the last 12 years has been the purchase of five Weinig moulders.
There are a wide variety of configurations and option features available to moulder customers, including computerized control-moulders, the availability of stack tooling and computerized template manufacturing.
The moulders vary in size from medium-size five-head moulders to heavy-duty, 12-head CNC machines that are fully equipped, including high position bearings.
The moulders vary in size from medium-size, five-head moulders to heavy-duty, 12-head CNC machines that are fully equipped, including high position bearings.