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moulder

(US), molder
a person who moulds or makes moulds
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"The greatest opportunity for controlling material costs and maximizing yield happens during the ripping process to prepare blanks for the moulder," said Tim Brown, marketing manager at Mereen-Johnson.
Sidel's 5,000th blow moulder is an SBO 14/20 Universal ordered by Anheuser-Busch InBev.
The Multitex4 moulder also maximises the benefits of the Pressure Vacuum option available with APV Baker 'Tweedy' dough mixers, by retaining the high cell count this process creates in the dough.
One telltale way to find out if a moulder is producing an optimum finish is to look at a freshly machined piece and examine not only the quality and feel of the surface, but also check the knife marks left by the moulder.
The best way of achieving this was putting 17 lines of biscuits on the conveyor, rather than 16, but this requires very accurate control of the moulder and extraction web speeds.
All over the country, many moulder operators are spending more time understanding what it takes to make tooling and more toolroom operators are spending more time understanding how moulders function.
For starters, when it comes to expertise in the moulder business, no other company can hold a candle.
There are a wide variety of configurations and option features available to moulder customers, including computerized control-moulders, the availability of stack tooling and computerized template manufacturing.
Moulder manufacturers are continuing to meet the dual challenge of producing more flexible and versatile machines.
The longer a moulder -- or any machine for that matter -- is down, the more money and time that is lost.
The Leadermac factory is producing in excess of 100 moulders per month, according to Akhurst.