section mold

joint mold, section mold

A shaped template, usually of plywood or zinc; used for casting a plaster member.
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Over his 40-year career, he has worked in various technical areas of blow molding, including development of automotive fuel tanks, use of hydrocarbon barriers techniques for fuel tanks, moving section molds for blow molding of irregular shaped parts, improvement of natural color of polyethylene via additives, and development of high-performance polyethylene resins.
The development of the injection unit is said to allow tremendous cure time reduction, especially for large size and thick cross section molded rubber products.

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