moulage

[moo-lahzh]
noun
1.
the making of a mold, especially with plaster of Paris, of objects, footprints, tire tracks, etc., as for the purpose of identification.
2.
the mold itself.

Origin:
1900–05; < French, equivalent to moul(er) to mold (derivative of moule mold1) + -age -age

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