mill length

mill length

[′mil ‚leŋkth]
(engineering)

mill length, random length

Run-of-the-mill length of pipe, usually 16 ft to 20 ft (approx. 4.9 m to 6 m).
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With the introduction of the laser, the holes, coping, and cut off from a mill length of pre-polished material are completed in one operation with much higher efficiency and much greater precision.
This project will assist MSF in purchasing a state-of-the-art CNC Machine to cut and mill lengths of profiled aluminium, reducing the current manufacturing time by 60 per cent, Mr Ryan said.
OSU-BUCK provides the flexibility to analyze the longer 32-, 36-, and 40-foot woods-length combinations that convert into 16- and 20-foot mill lengths.
This is a subtle distinction of how woods-length logs may influence mill lengths and, ultimately, the mill's flexibility in meeting lumber orders.
In place of the rough-cut mill lengths buyers once favored, OEM manufacturers increasingly expect finished parts and assemblies from their extrusion processors.
The precision cut blanks saves our customers time and money compared to having to cut mill lengths in house.