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mould

1 (US), mold
1. a shaped cavity used to give a definite form to fluid or plastic material
2. something shaped in or made on a mould

mould

2 (US), mold
1. a coating or discoloration caused by various saprotrophic fungi that develop in a damp atmosphere on the surface of stored food, fabrics, wallpaper, etc.
2. any of the fungi that causes this growth

mould

(US), mold
loose soil, esp when rich in organic matter

mold, mould

mold for finishing concrete
1. A concave and/or convex form from which castings or pressings are replicated.
2. A template or pattern. 3. Same as molding.

mould, moulding

British variants of mold, molding.
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With the invention of LIM and LSR silicones in the 1970s, United States molders began transitioning to injection molding of liquid silicones to reduce their labor cost.
are leading manufacturers of PET blow molders, based across the US and Canada.
"They're certainly not all good days, but it was fun last year to turn things around and then finish things off strong," Molder said.
Many honors have been bestowed on professor Molder in recognition for his professional accomplishments, such as medals mente et manu (1983, 1993), Paul Kogerman (1987), and--by IBC, Cambridge--Outstanding Scientists of the 20th Century (1999) and Outstanding People of the 20th Century (2000).
Molder's highest finish on the PGA Tour was third in the 2001 Reno-Tahoe Open, his first tournament as a professional after an exemplary career at Georgia Tech, where he earned ALL-America honors four times and was three-time Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year.
Coles and Molder had it between them in a great last-day set-to, with Peter Fowler coming out of the pack for third.
The foundries best equipped to react to the growing shortage of experienced molders were generally associated with high-volume work, notably those producing castings for the automotive industry.
11 hole--a hard-to-hit island green at 175 yards--struggling at 5-over, but Molder had just birdied the tong and difficult No.
Transfer molders try to counter this with an explanation that they keep the void between the interface of the pot and plunger fitted at all times, and that this phenomenon does not exist in their transfer molding process.
Another domestic molder that has relied on in-house expertise to insulate itself from foreign competition is Bemis Manufacturing Co., Sheboygan Falls, Wis.
of product supply for Plastipak Packaging Inc., Plymouth, Mich., North America's third-largest blow molder. Finding an impregnable market niche is another strategy.
The time to reach maximum conversion rates as compared to the residence time of the injection molder is most likely another critical parameter.