cool time

cool time

[′kül ‚tīm]
(metallurgy)
The period of time between successive heat times in pulsation and seam welding.
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And, trench coat aside, I'm not sure this is what a young, cool Time Lord would wear - she's even got an ear cuff for heaven's sake
490[degrees]F/ [right arrow] 420[degrees]F/ 65[degrees]F 100[degrees]F (216[degrees]C/ (254[degrees]C/ 38[degrees]C) 18[degrees]C) Fill Time: 8 seconds Too slow [right arrow] 3 seconds Pack/Hold 20 sec @ 11,000 Too high a pack pressure psi (76 MPa) [right arrow] 12 sec @ 5500 psi (38 MPa) Cool Time 55 seconds Too long [right arrow] 40-50 seconds Table 2: Large Industrial Part: Runner and Venting Layout Current Mold Recommended Changes Sprue 2" (51 mm) length, 0.
TECHNIQUEST has been described as "the coolest science centre in the UK" and you can have a pretty cool time at the Cardiff Bay-based centre this coming half-term.
It feels like a really cool time to be making music now," she added.
Unlike other books in its field, Cool Time and the Two-Pound Bucket approaches on-site time management as a 24-hour process, not merely a 9-to-5 project.
Bethany, a seventh-grader and the Ventura County spelling champ, said, ``I'm having a cool time no matter what happens.
In ``Homey Improvement,'' Tim and Al are played by Nunez and Griffin, and the Tool Time Girl becomes Cool Time Girl, played by the comedian Thea Vidale.