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in·jec·tion mold·ing

the adaptation of a plastic material to the negative form of a closed mold by forcing the material into the mold through appropriate gateways.
See also: compression molding (2).
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in·jec·tion mold·ing

(in-jekshŭn mōlding)
Adaptation of a plastic material to negative form of closed mold by forcing material into mold through appropriate gateways.
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