flame-cut


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flame-cut

Said of a steel plate whose longitudinal edges have been prepared by oxygen cutting.
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Due to issues involving cold cutting placement, it was jointly decided that it would be best to flame-cut the conductor online and carry out the cold cut offline.
Rector used to send larger jobs out to flame-cut houses in southern Ontario, but after doing the math, realized that, by purchasing its own machine, it could do the work itself and earn back its money in a year.
The muzzle blast from pistols--not to mention revolver cylinder gaps--would quickly flame-cut the bags, blocks and anything else in the way.
At the other end of the spectrum, Vacheron Constantin, the celebrated Swiss watchmaker for over 250 years, has introduced the Lady Kalla Flame, flame-cut diamond watch.
The company used to open the hole with a pilot drill, flame-cut the opening to leave about 1/4" of stock all around, then finish bore on a big CNC vertical machine center.
All the edges are turned and smooth, and the rear fenders' outer edges are made of gracefully curved angle iron and bolted to the sheet metal The rear wheel centers are flame-cut steel with notches around the outer edges, which allows the rims to be bolted on either the inside or the outside for different wheel spacings.
Benedetti recently installed a deck with flame-cut, honed granite imported from Italy.
WCE manufactures all of its base plates using a flame-cut process, in which an intense flame shapes the outside of the base plate and burns a large hole into the center of the plate.
Cast and flame-cut sprockets are not as strong or durable as the forged sprockets currently available only from Ditch Witch.
For a ductile iron heat, the charge materials consist of flame-cut steel plate, slitter scrap, pig iron, ductile iron returns, ductile iron boring briquettes and 65% silicon carbide briquettes.