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PET blow molders, thus, have become a key industrial equipment in North America.
What's more encouraging to Molder is that his year is off to a nice start without the benefit of solid putting, typically one of the most consistent parts of his game.
Molder comprises more than two hundred scientific publications including textbooks on organic chemistry and fuels and co-authority of Russian-Estonian and English-Estonian-Russian dictionaries of chemistry, as well as numerous popular-scientific papers.
That was soon to change, however, as skilled, experienced molders became harder to find.
I gave myself a chance on the back nine Saturday and took advantage of it today," Molder was quoted after the tourney as saying.
Molder lines up as a 20-1 shot for the Clearwater Classic at the Clearwater Resort in Christchurch and bets have to be placed by 8pm tonight because of the big time difference.
The use of this fabric material to pull out the sprues will save time because the molder does not have to pick out the sprues one at a time with a brass pick.
The need for well-trained molders had been talked about for years.
11 hole--a hard-to-hit island green at 175 yards--struggling at 5-over, but Molder had just birdied the tong and difficult No.
The inexpensive, pocket-sized Plastic-Part Stress Indicator from Molders Choice folds to fit into a protective pouch that is only slightly larger than a deck of cards.
based molder, United Plastics Group (UPG) in Oak Brook, Ill.
The quantitative dynamic mechanical spectroscopy results suggest that the cure rate for these materials is high and may lead to complications during injection molding depending on the residence time associated with the injection molder.