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rough cut

[′rəf ‚kət]
(engineering)
A heavy cut (or cuts) made before the finish cut, the primary object of which is the rapid removal of material.
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Caption: Self-powered tow-behind rough-cut models can be towed with help from a UTV, ATV, tractor, or other machine.
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In order to deliver these approaches to the development teams across the company, we put together a one-day workshop that captured our best practices related to product design for supply chain and taught engineers when and how to use the rough-cut techniques.
However, as a rough-cut screening test during physicals, it might offer an early warning of asymptomatic cancer, he says.
Depending on the amount of open area you need to maintain, you should add a rough-cut mower to the mix.
If you want to rough-cut a piece of wood and aren't concerned with what it looks like, a saw with large widely spaced teeth, will do the job.
Another try at description: In Mirage of Loose Change, 2001, a thick, rough-cut black granite shelf, upholstered in blue and yellow plastic, supports a three-dimensional doodle of chrome.
Most of the A-frame plans we found--which was quite a task in itself--called for rough-cut lumber for the framing.
In conducting a rough-cut analysis, we make some simplifying assumptions.
Voiced by Nathan Lane, that bad ol' puddy tat has been getting big laughs at rough-cut screenings.