spincasting

spincasting

[′spin‚kast·iŋ]
(engineering)
A technique for manufacturing telescope mirrors in which molten glass is poured into a rotating mold and, as the glass cools and solidifies, the surface of the relatively thin mirror takes on a shape that is relatively close to the desired one, reducing substantially the need for grinding away excess glass.
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Fall fishing is greatflatsfishing, whetheryou like throwing a fly or spincasting live bait.
Direct spincasting of polystyrene thin films onto poly (methyl ethacrylate).
He uses 8- to 12-foot rods with large-frame, open-faced spinning or spincasting reels spooled with 17-pound-test monofilament line.
A day's curing is necessary before proceeding to the spincasting application.
5-6 foot spincasting rod and reel combo using 8 pound test line
When Freshwater Models, Rochester, NY, a shop that specializes in miniature patternmaking and spincasting of scale model parts and manufacturing of scale-model kits for hobbyists and collectors, was faced with a complex project that needed fast turnaround, it saw it as the chance to use a new technology.
It shows a couple gnarly looking salmon giving the fisheye to a casually proffered lure, but what's most wonderful about it is the slightly dark atmosphere of what might otherwise be nothing but spincasting whimsy.
No matter what style rod you use--bait, spin, spincasting, or fly (unless the rods have a pistol grip)--the Angler's Aid Rod Holder may help you.
Other rarely used methods include spincasting, longline, and ikashibi.
You'll need: * Spincasting rod (basic fishing pole) (if you don't have a rod, use a stick with a piece of fishing line or string tied to one end.
The Triton system renews 3- to 36-inch pipes by spincasting an ANSI/SNF Standard 61 approved epoxy to the pipe ID.