Loam molding - definition of Loam molding by The Free Dictionary
|the process or business of making loam molds.|
See also: Loam
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The molds (made of four parts clay and five parts sand) for cast iron pots were made through the loam molding process.
In the loam molding process, a bench with a core bar suspended at both ends is used with three removable loam molding boards (one each for the core, thickness and cope layers of the mold).
1200s - Loam molding
or sweep molding is used by European foundrymen to cast bells for cathedrals.