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moulder

(US), molder
a person who moulds or makes moulds
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Many molders, particularly in the USA, transitioned from HCR to LSR to reduce the amount of labor required in molding.
"Injection Molders need to know parameters like melt flow, shrink, drying, moisture content, barrel temperature and more when setting up a machine for a new material," said Mobile Specs Managing Director Doug Kenik.
Factors Restraining the Demand for PET Blow Molders in North America
What makes the Molding Conference timely and relevant to injection molders is that its program was formulated by a volunteer committee of molders, mold-makers, suppliers of machinery and materials, and one trade press representative (from this magazine).
While three jolt squeeze machines were in operation, absenteeism was a problem at the union shop, and most of the time two molders a day were out.
BPF was developed to help molders increase throughput without additional labor or equipment.
Unlike molders who focus largely on the mass production of standard items from traditional elastomers, the company is said to focus its highly specialized capabilities on the custom development and production of precision-finished small parts distinguished by complex geometries and tight tolerances.
The need for well-trained molders had been talked about for years.
For example, thermoplastic molders are just discovering the potential of a new type of hydrogenated nitrile butadiene rubber (HNBR) commercialized by Lanxess in 2005.
The inexpensive, pocket-sized Plastic-Part Stress Indicator from Molders Choice folds to fit into a protective pouch that is only slightly larger than a deck of cards.
This, then, leads to the revelation that the particular technique they have in use has also been adhered to by numerous other custom rubber molders for quite a few years.
injection molders to reconsider what market segments they serve and how.