solid molding

struck molding, solid molding, stuck molding

A molding cut into rather than added to or planted on a member.
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Traditionally this cap molding was solid, but since a solid molding this large is hard to come by, we substituted 2-1/4-in.
Using a CAD file and CNC machine, the company implemented a process similar to machining a traditional pattern, building the shape directly into a block of solid molding sand.
The stress-strain curves up to the yield point of five representative molding trials including solid molding trial, S0, are plotted and highlighted in Fig.
In most cases, a part designed for function ends up with less density reduction than the same part design for solid molding and converted to foam, but with a much greater overall weight reduction.
A high-gloss surface equivalent to automotive Class-A solid molding can now be achieved with the weight savings and other benefits of microcellular foam molding, thanks to a new licensing agreement between Trexel Inc.
With solid molding, the part weight was 673 g, cycle time averaged 92 sec, and the finished part was unusable because you could not eliminate the sink marks or warpage," says Milacron product manager Jim Esser.
One of the most widely publicized, but perhaps least understood low-pressure injection molding technologies is the Thermoplastic Solid Molding ("TSM") process of Hettinga Technologies in Des Moines, Iowa.
Because of the fine, uniform foam structure, Cellmould parts with the same weight as solid moldings have thicker walls and thus are more rigid.
The new group initially will consist of eight pieces for the bedroom, said Michele McPherson, national marketing director: Features will include hidden storage, a distressed scrubbed finish, raised panels and solid moldings.
The modulus of the composite material, and strength at 2% outer fiber strain, approached those of the solid moldings as the glass content was increased (see Tables 2 through 4).