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.
The mill length L and diameter D have a profound influence on the mode of failure of mills.
Maximum diameters for both AG, SAG, and ball mills have not increased significantly in the past 20 years, but a combination of increases in mill length and the use of steel grinding media has resulted in major increases in connected mill power.
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.