angle cut

angle cut

[′aŋ·gəl ‚kət]
(mining engineering)
A drilling pattern in which drill holes converge, so that a core can be blasted out and an open or relieved cavity or free face be left for the following shots, which are timed to ensue with a fractional delay.
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It's a very common locking system in the world of rimfires, and to prevent unnecessary wear, I strongly recommend keeping the bearing surfaces of the lug and the cam angle cut in the receiver wall greased.
Matt Angle cut his political teeth in the office of former U.
However, when the tooth with lower rake angle cut tension wood it produced crushed surfaces, making the surfaces appear smoother.
Presence of all understory plant taxa and the number and taxa of stems cut by swamp rabbits, as indicated by a smooth 45[degrees] angle cut (Garner 1969), were recorded in each quadrat during August 1994 and January 1995.
A saw blade guide is available to hold the blade straight to ensure a right angle cut.
Dadi sidestepped the keeper and rather than attempt to score from a tight angle cut the ball back to the on-rushing Cherif, who slid the ball clear of two retreating defenders into the net.
The camera angle cut off his hands so television viewers didn't see him make an obscene gesture.
For safety and added detail, she made an angle cut across each corner, and planed these smooth, then glued a matching worktop trim round the cut edges.
Screw and glue the crosspieces to the longer edges, one piece flush to the bottom, the other flush to the angle cut at the top, using four screws for each crosspiece.
The Premium Shurfeed granulator features such design aspects as a backwall in the feed chamber that eliminates almost all material flyback from the cutting circle and reduces overall shock to the system; slower-running rotors that help to further reduce ricochet effect; closely matched chamber, rotor and drive components; and the company's double angle cut configuration.