book mold

book mold

[′bu̇k ‚mōld]
(metallurgy)
A mold made in two halves hinged together like a book.
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It is poured in a copper book mold for fast chilling of the sample.
* A new 30-ton closed-loop vertical press (VRT/30TS) with a book mold will be shown by Illinois Precision, Wheaton, Ill.
diameter billet that was cast in a graphite book mold. The cover attaches to the rear of the engine block.
Playset includes princess figures, two dress book molds, plastic knife, rolling cutter, two cans of compound, and two cans of sparkle compound.
Book molds hinge on one side, and both mold halves can be attached to the track with a single pin.
At that point, the evolution was to slowly pivot the book molds during pouring from 45 [degrees] to the stationary 90 [degrees] position.
Use of book molds sets the IPC machines apart from its competition.