machine burn

machine burn

A darkening or charring of a surface due to overheating of the cutting knives or abrasive belts during machining of the material.
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The defects investigated were spike marks, conveyer marks, pressure roller stain, drying checks, machine gouge, and machine burn in terms of their occurrence, size, and impact on yield.
Mechanical defects included in this analysis were spike marks, conveyer marks, pressure roller stain, drying checks, machine gouge, and machine burn.
Machine burn is a darkening, or charring, of the wood due to overheating by the machining knives when a piece is stopped in a machine.
Its diesel fuel tank has a 60-litre capacity, and the machine burns two to three litres per hour, which Lopes said could comfortably allow it to travel 800 kilometres on one fillup.
And it's impossible to state for sure which machine burns more calories for each -individual's particular regimen--some stay on the elliptical longer, even if at lower levels of exertion, yet for others the machine is an awkward and tiresome bore.
The biomass machine burns so efficiently that we have less than a bucketful of ashes at the end of the week," said Taneda, who already has his mind on expansion.
1990s: Washing by machine burns up 270 calories over two hours.
About the size of a trunk with an extending arm, the machine burns off tattoo ink with bursts of intense laser light.
The new skiers are being released on the heels of a University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse study that proves that the NordicTrack cross country ski machine burns 20% more calories than a treadmill.