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deckle

[′dek·əl]
(engineering)
A detachable wood frame fitted around the edges of a papermaking mold.
(materials)
In paper manufacturing, the width of the wet sheet as it comes off the wire of a paper machine.

deckle

/dek'l/ (From "dec-" and "nibble"; the original spelling seems to have been "decle") Two nickles; 10 bits. Reported among developers for Mattel's GI 1600 (the Intellivision games processor), a chip with 16-bit wide RAM but 10-bit wide ROM.
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There were some of me as a young child on a camping holiday in Margate with my parents, tiny black-and-white snaps with deckled edges showing me collecting crabs with my cousin Elwyn.
Orange, Texas, will also show its new internally deckled ROI-II die, and a new concept for a three-layer, fixed-geometry feedblock.
A flat die design originally developed to stop melt leakage at the deckled portions of the die gap in extrusion coating has been adapted to provide the same benefits for cast film, according to Extrusion Dies, Inc.
will introduce new winders for stretch film and new diebolts and deckles that allow faster changeovers of its internally deckled die.
Also new from Davis-Standard Egan was the new CODA sheet die, an internally deckled model for cast film.