Molding or moulding may refer to:

  • Molding (decorative), feature formed from marble, plaster, wood, etc. and used in interior design
  • Molding (process), process used in manufacturing to shape materials
  • Car body molding
  • The temporary reshaping of the fetal head as it passes through the birth canal during childbirth, Childbirth#The mechanics of vaginal birth.

Other articles related to "molding, moldings":

Cyclic Olefin Copolymer - Chemical and Physical Properties
... such as single and twin screw extrusion, injection molding, injection blow molding and stretch blow molding (ISBM), compression molding, extrusion coating, biaxial orientation, thermoforming and many others ...
Direct Injection Expanded Foam Molding
... Direct injection expanded foam molding (also known as injection molded foam) is a foam manufacturing process that creates soft foam products direct from compound into a final product ... the steps required for die-cutting and compression molding, as it manufactures the foam and the product simultaneously ...
Automotive Molding
... Automotive molding (or car body molding) are decorative and protective moldings on the car body ... Car moldings include side body molding, lower body molding, door moldings, window moldings, footrest molding, mudflaps, etc ... Various car moldings must have high scratch resistance, weather resistance and gloss matching that of the car body ...
Matrix Molding
... Matrix molding or matrix transfer molding is a technique often used during molding ... assembly will first create the rigid outer shell, then introduce the softer and more fluid molding material between the shell and the prototype ...
Anti-plug Molding Law - Technology
... The Federal Circuit described plug molding technology in these terms, in its decision in the Interpart case, discussed below The California plug molding statute...proscribes use of the product ...

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