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com·pres·sion mold·ing

1. the act of pressing or squeezing together to form a shape in a mold;
See also: injection molding.
2. the adaptation of a plastic material to the negative form of a split mold by pressure.
See also: injection molding.

com·pres·sion mold·ing

(kŏm-preshŭn mōlding)
1. Pressing or squeezing together to form a shape in a mold.
2. Adaptation of a plastic material to the negative form of a split mold by pressure.
See also: injection molding
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Besides injection, Pushtrusion may be adapted to compression molding, profile extrusion, and filament winding.
Compression molding thus retains the advantage of modest deformation and no region of sharp stress gradient.
PTI's capabilities include injection and compression molding, thermal and ultraviolet metallizing, ultraviolet one coat spray technologies, silk screening, hot stamping, lining and multiple component assembly.
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