Definition of cold-molded in English:

cold-molded

Syllabification: cold-mold·ed

adjective

(Of an object) molded from a resin that hardens without being heated.
More example sentences
  • He was apologetic about entering wooden-boat races because Jusfine, authentic in every other way, was one of the first boats built in the Caribbean of cold-moulded plywood.
  • Good cold-molded construction demands high levels of woodworking skill, an area where Goetz excels.
  • This is not an issue with our cold-molded hulls due to the materials and techniques we use.

Derivatives

cold-molding

noun
More example sentences
  • As far as the amateur builder is concerned, cold-molding is a relatively straight forward process.
  • Also, they are not subject to delamination that is sometimes an issue with 5-layer cold-moulding.
  • Although the technique of cold-molding far predates the epoxy era, it's with the advent of epoxy that laminated hulls, constructed of thin strakes or veneers, have become commonplace.

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