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- v. Present participle of machine.
- n. The act or process of machining, of manufacturing or finishing by machine.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to the machinery of a poem; acting or used as a machine.
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The machining is so rough that mine catches just short of "off" and it has cost me more than one duck or at least a chance a a duck.
More machining is done on the wingmaster for better fit and finish.
'Titanium alloys such as Ti5553 and composites such as CFRP - where there is a lack of long-term machining experience - as well as high-speed and five-axis machining, are setting new, higher demands for tooling suppliers,' said Gerry O'Hagan, managing director, Walter.
With necked shanks, the new range provides extended reach for deep-cavity machining, which is commonplace in the mould-and-die sector.
Hans-Dieter Poeschko, head of production for Laupheim, said: 'Compared with steel machining, tools used in aluminium milling are extremely wear-resistant and such tools enjoy a very long life cycle.' 12 control blocks are clamp-mounted on a pallet for machining, which is the equivalent of one-hour processing time.
The expense of obtaining a degenerate mass, "machining" it to fit specifications, and hauling it to a parking orbit would generate some humongous cost overruns, cutting deeply into the obscenely bloated salaries of the CEO's.
The balance of the industry operated on a single shift basis with a number of manufacturers operating double shifts in selected areas such as machining, press shops, paint shop operations and body shop.
The decision in favour of one or the other kind of machining depends on the shape or configuration of the workpiece to be manufactured.
Shaping of grooves on shaping machines (mechanical) is a special kind of machining shapes.
The introductory Universal Nanolock LC230E milling insert was initially applied to demanding applications such as machining the edges of steel plates for pipelines and resurfacing manganese-steel railway lines, where the black coating has been run at cutting speeds of up to 300m/min.
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