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moulding

The changes that the foetal skull—which has a rigid face and base and a mobile cranial vault—undergoes to enable it to exit through the birth canal.

moulding

A process for making a lens in which a hot piece of glass (called a parison or gob) or liquid polymer (for contact lenses) is pressed to a predetermined shape. Frames can also be manufactured by pouring a soft material (plastic or molten metal) into a mould which takes on the desired shape after cooling (or drying). The technique is useful for large volume production. Note: also spelt molding. See spin-cast contact lens; surfacing.
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We are excited to be the official moulding company of New England's favorite sports team, the Boston Red Sox," said Jason Stalcup, owner of Next Day Moulding.
With over 20 years of experience in the moulding and millwork industry, Stalcup has become an authority on moulding sales and installation.
We're thrilled to add Next Day Moulding to the Red Sox lineup of official corporate partners," said Sam Kennedy, president of Fenway Sports Group, the marketing arm for the Boston Red Sox.
Thus Western manufacturers have moved into more technically difficult products and mouldings to provide more added value and maintain market share.
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