face mold


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face mold

[′fās ‚mōld]
(engineering)
A pattern for cutting forms out of sheets of wood, metal, or other material.

face mold

1. A template for marking the board out of which are cut ornamental handrailings, etc.
2. A template for checking the shape of wood or stone surfaces.
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I demonstrated how to wet the papier-mache strips and use "scissor fingers" to squeeze off extra water before applying them to the face molds. After each strip is applied, it must be rubbed smooth until all the little holes disappear.
Also, the additional molding surface has a greater mass than that of a single face mold, requiring additional cycle time.
``The interesting clash will be when we face Mold, who seem to have strengthened their squad, next week.
Pontblyddyn captain Phil Davies believes his third-placed side must stop drawing as they face Mold in today's derby.
Wrexham, the last North Wales club to win the title in 1997 a realso through after beating Padeswood & Buckley 3 / 2 -1 1 / 2 and they now face Mold at Llangollen.
CEMAES BAY face Mold Alexandra at home in the Huws Gray Fitlock Cymru Alliance and despite manager Nigel Roberts admitting their displays have not been special they are pleased with their results so far.
The winners will face Mold in the twoleg final the following week.
For every elegant face molded into peace, every stiff eye kneaded shut,
of the maitre d') and the guide, a face molded after a
Materials included fast setting plaster bandages, plastic face molds, scissors, pans for water, paper towels, newspapers, masking tape, water soluble paints and articles for adornment, such as beads, feathers and twigs.
The fourth-grade students were going to create a mask like the actual example I owned using plaster gauze wrap and plastic face molds, while the fifth-graders were instructed to choose from a variety of masks.
You will need a piece of pliable, soft leather for each student and face molds from your supplier.