Molded

  • (adj): Shaped to fit by or as if by altering the contours of a pliable mass (as by work or effort).
    Example: "The molded steel plates"
    Synonyms: shaped, wrought

Some articles on molded:

Common Types of Cushioning
... These can be molded engineered shapes or sheets which are cut and glued into cushion structures ... Molded pulp - Pulp can be molded into shapes suitable for cushioning and for immobilizing products in a package ... Molded pulp is made from recycled newspapers and is recyclable ...
Auburn Rubber Company - Vehicles
... Police cars (molded in blue) and fire chief cars (molded in red) appeared to be variations on 1955 Chevrolets ... One of the more clever vehicles was a boy molded in a waving position on a tricycle ... The wheels were a slightly harder vinyl and were usually molded in either black or yellow ...
Types of Molded Pulp - Transfer Molded
... A McDonald's spray-molded vacuum-formed cup carrier ... Transfer molded products are usually thin walled, 1/16" to 3/16", and are the most prevalent type in use today ... Typical uses of transfer molded products are for packaging electronic equipment, cellular phones and other household and hardware items ...
Polyamide-imide - Fabrication - Molded or Machined Articles
... The polyamide-imides used for molded articles are also based on aromatic diamines and trimellitic acid chloride, but the diamines are different from those used in the ... The molded articles are then thermally treated for several days at temperatures up to 260°C (500°F) ...
Types of Molded Pulp - Thermoformed Fiber
... This newest form of molded pulp is the highest quality of thin walled products available today ... which produces well defined, smooth surfaced molded pulp products ... forming molds which presses and densifies the molded products ...

Famous quotes containing the word molded:

    The legislator should direct his attention above all to the education of youth; for the neglect of education does harm to the constitution. The citizen should be molded to suit the form of government under which he lives. For each government has a peculiar character which originally formed and which continues to preserve it. The character of democracy creates democracy, and the character of oligarchy creates oligarchy.
    Aristotle (384–323 B.C.)