positive mold

positive mold

[′päz·əd·iv ′mōld]
(engineering)
A plastics mold designed to trap all of the molding resin when the mold closes.
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The layout of the robot cell is designed to reflect the following basic technical conditions: basis for the system is a KUKARoboter on a linear unit that allows automates the process of thermoplastic tape winding and tape laying by positive mold and the axis of rotation and the process of the thermoplastic tape placement means negative form on the span.
Poor part definition around sharp details on a positive mold is an issue that can be addressed with a syntactic-foam mold insert.
From the final positive mold he casts a negative mold in order to then cast the boxes and lids in porcelain.
The traditional and most widely used technique for manufacturing prosthetic sockets involves the prosthetist first making a negative cast of the residual limb and then filling the cast with plaster to form a positive mold of the residual limb.
With the CAD system, however, precise modifications and revisions can be made literally with the click of a computer mouse, and the results of these "virtual" modifications can be observed and measured in software before the final positive mold is actually fabricated.
Ro has always been a positive mold for me, and he's been a good friend through the highs and lows.
Plaster was mixed and poured into the mask to make a positive mold.
This equipment features positive mold alignment, airless parting spray of patterns and a rigid, long wearing squeeze station.
Double shear toggle develops 300 tons positive mold locking pressure, which makes it possible to mold large-area parts without flash.