crimping


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crimping

A process similar to corrugating, but providing a surface (essentially flat) with regularly spaced small ridges.
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With sixgun loads, several things determine the depth of seating, such as the bullet used, powder used, length of cylinder and, most assuredly, the location of the crimping groove on the bullet.
Available as a stand alone unit or part of a complete turnkey Picking, Lidding & Crimping solution, this exciting new machine is specially designed to save food manufacturers and processors over [pounds sterling]100,000 per annum by fully automating one of the most labour intensive and poorly executed activities on the production line.
Although firmly steeped in attitude when Toyah and Siouxsie And The Banshees (right) worked the look, crimping has been in and out of fashion ever since.
Each roller consists of a long cylinder adorned with a series of evenly spaced, blunt, steel crimping bars, each about one-quarter-inch thick.
Get the look: Whether you crimp it all or just do it in sections, you'll need to dig out your old crimping iron.
Crimping was big in the Eighties and it's making a comeback.
The crimping is sort of the suggestion" of how the structure will ultimately self-fold into its final shape, Bruzewiez says.
In the past, common loop pistons were used for this indication, which because of anatomy had to be bent at a significant, difficult angle and fixed to the malleus handle by crimping.
Elmira, New York) manufactures crimping collets for the cosmetic, pharmaceutical, automotive and electronic industries.
Tenant farmer Simon Bainbridge is a passionate advocate of crimping, which he has found to be a reliable way of making that extra bit of profit on his cattle and sheep.
The Scotchlok E-9R handcrimping tool is lightweight, and features single-stroke, parallel crimping action with a work-saving 10:1 mechanical advantage.
To enhance production safety and eliminate the exhaust systems required with the use of solder, The Scott's Company investigated crimping a tube and flange fastener on the cable ends.