rotational molding


Also found in: Wikipedia.

rotational molding

[rō′tā·shən·əl ′mōld·iŋ]
(engineering)
References in periodicals archive ?
Custom matched colorants include dust-free beads; high-load concentrates that work well in PE and PVC film and bottles; micro-fine dry colorants for rotational molding; and liquid colors for all applications.
Rotational molding is a convenient processing method for manufacturing large storage vessels from thermoplastics [4].
Rotational molding, traditionally a robust niche in plastics processing, is expected to realize continued solid growth thanks to rotomolders getting projects to market quickly as well as a host of processing advances, industry experts say.
DuPont Canada produced Sclair resins for film, injection, and rotational molding but did not introduce them to the U.S.
Several polymer processing operations, such as rotational molding, powder coating, and slush molding, use resins in granular form.
SPE, Topical Conference on "Rotational molding in design," Cleveland, OH, Paul Nugent (610) 370-0596--June 6-8.
has announced the launch of its 2016 Rotational Molding Product Design Competition.
Association of Rotational Molders International, Hands-On Advanced Seminar on Rotational Molding, Ciba Specialty Chemicals, Tarrytown, NY, ARM International (630) 571-0611--November 19-21.
Rotational molding, also known as rotomolding, is a shear-free and pressure-free process used to manufacture hollow plastic parts with relatively low investment (1-7).
Rotational molding, also called rotomolding or rotocasting, is a technique to produce hollow parts without weld-lines.
The firm supplies mold-temperature and pressure measuring equipment based on R&D conducted at the school's Rotational Molding Research Centre.
The scorch resistance of DBDB 60 is said to make it useful for transfer, injection and rotational molding applications.