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moulding

(US), molding
Architect
a. a shaped outline, esp one used on cornices, etc.
b. a shaped strip made of wood, stone, etc.

mould, moulding

British variants of mold, molding.
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So, a curing rate at injection moldings was decided as TV because the current curemeter is designed to measure curing rates of curing characteristics with no flow.
Four milestones marking the development of gas-assist molding started in 1971 with a patent application filed by German inventor Ernest Mohrbach.
The major applications include many different automotive items such as exterior body parts, body side molding, air ducts and industrial goods.
That's the view of officials at SIG Kautex, currently North America's sole provider of 3D blow molding technology.
The first gas-assist injection molding process for thermosets, and the use of gas assist for molding smaller parts were two new areas explored in papers presented at the 13th International Molding Conference and Exhibit held in February in New Orleans.
Besides improved economics, advocates of direct-LFT methods further argue that their approach better retains the length and integrity of glass fiber and improves wet-out and distribution, all of which translates into moldings with superior mechanical properties (e.
Nowadays, top-notch molders produce thin-wall moldings only 0.
You'll also find Gillette's new Mach 3 razor, which has two-component moldings on the handle and blade.
Also, a 50-ton C-frame, shuttle-table machine for corner moldings will also be introduced.
This software has been tested and verified during several years of R&D, by comparing the program's predictions to actual moldings made with a variety of wall thicknesses and process conditions.