Cantilever form | Article about cantilever form by The Free Dictionary
slip form, sliding form
In concrete construction, a form designed to move upward slowly (usually by means of hydraulic jacks or screw jacks), supported by the hardened concrete of the wall section which was poured previously.
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Within this period of time, a rock cantilever formed
above the shields and rotated due to the easily caving gob.
"Normally, we would use a double track with a vinyl liner--one for the liner and one to hold the cantilever forms