pulp molding

pulp molding

[′pəlp ‚mōld·iŋ]
(engineering)
A plastics-industry process in which a resin-impregnated pulp material is preformed by application of a vacuum, after which it is oven-cured and molded.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Tooling Tech, which was acquired by GenNx360 in July of 2014, is a supplier of tooling for a variety of material forming processes including thermoforming, twin-sheet and single-sheet vacuum forming, pressure forming, compression molding, rotational molding, blow molding, resin transfer molding, rubber and polyurethane molding, carpet and metal stamping, foundry tooling and pulp molding.
has added AG-E070 to its line of AsahiGuard E-Series fluoropolymers for sizing in paper, paperboard, and pulp molding applications.
Pulp molding originated in China several thousand years ago, and came into commercial application in the 19th century.