cool time

cool time

[′kül ‚tīm]
(metallurgy)
The period of time between successive heat times in pulsation and seam welding.
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THESE mountain ponies had a cool time as they ventured out of their shelter to pose for the cameras in the snow yesterday.
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.
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.
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.