What is moulding?

  • (noun): A decorative recessed or relieved surface on an edge.
    Synonyms: molding, border
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on mouldings, moulding:

Live Wire (electricity) - Wiring Methods - Other Historical Wiring Methods
... Wood mouldings with grooves cut for single conductor wires, covered by a wooden cap strip ... Wooden moulding was also used to some degree in England, but was never permitted by German and Austrian rules ... Metal moulding systems, with a flattened oval section consisting of a base strip and a snap-on cap channel, were more costly than open wiring or wooden moulding, but could be easily run on wall ...
Museum Of Papermaking In Duszniki-Zdrój - Permanent Exhibition
... handmade paper "the hollander" for breaking cellulose, moulding vats, moulding frames and presses, etc ... technology including sheets with watermarks and filigrees, historic moulding frames, models of papermaking machines and one of the greatest world-wide collections of historic apparatuses for measuring paper ...
Beeswax: Some B-Sides 1977–1982 - Track Listing
... She's So Square" – 306 "Dance Band" (Colin Moulding) – 240 "Hang On to the Night" – 212 "Heatwave" (Moulding) – 209 "Instant Tunes" (Moulding) – 232 "Pulsing Pulsing" – 137 "Do ...
Corribee - List of Marks
... Mark 2 - early - grp superstructure moulding ... Mark 3 - similar again, some small changes to the deck moulding ... Coromandel - junk rigged, but with a different cabin moulding ...
Bulk Moulding Compound
... Bulk moulding compound (BMC) or bulk molding composite is a ready to mold, fiber reinforced thermoset polyester material primarily used in injection moulding and compression moulding ...

More definitions of "moulding":

  • (noun): A preliminary sculpture in wax or clay from which a finished work can be copied.
    Synonyms: modeling, modelling, molding
  • (noun): A decorative strip used for ornamentation or finishing.
    Synonyms: molding

Famous quotes containing the word moulding:

    Long shall we seek his likeness, long in vain,
    And turn to all of him which may remain,
    Sighing that Nature formed but one such man,
    And broke the die—in moulding Sheridan!
    George Gordon Noel Byron (1788–1824)