guilloche

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guilloche

An ornament in the form of two or more bands that are twisted together in a continuous series, leaving circular openings that are filled with round ornaments.
See also: Molding

guilloche

guilloche
An ornament formed by two or more bands twisted over each other in a continuous series, leaving circular openings which are often filled with round ornaments.
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This was important to us at Dri-Print because engine turning is an intermittent process and for foil manufacturing we needed a continuous process, which this was.
This reduces the noise and vibration that accompanies conventional propulsion (one large engine turning slowly and driving a propeller).
Imagine having reduced noise and crystal clear communication with my crew while driving at over 200 miles an hour with my engine turning 12,000 rpm two feet from my head
The 27-yearold driver had left the engine turning, in temperatures as low as -6C as he went back into his house.
Mat Wrack said: "Imagine a fire engine turning up at a fire.