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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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The operation now consists of one rough cut at 10,000 rpm spindle speed with a depth of nearly 3/4" (twice the tool's diameter) and a feed rate of 65 ipm -- a 20% increase from prior runs with other coolants.
The footage was captured by Rough Cuts, who wrote on their YouTube channel: "Quick trip out to the house that used to scare me as a child, when it used to have chimneys."
Almost exactly three years ago, Time ran a preview package of "Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace" that profiled George Lucas and gave a few tastes of the movie by way of script and some rough cuts. Before extolling the virtues of Jar-Jar Binks, Corliss wrote, "We get intimations of something fresh, handsome, grand."
We can never say, like other filmmakers, that the distribution was lousy and that was why a film was unsuccessful." Macdonald is often invited to sit through rough cuts of pieces and make suggestions.
The six stolen tapes were rough cuts of scenes in four episodes - there were no copies.
The Avid can take as source material such diverse technologies as videos, films, sound cassettes and scanned images, digitize them, and place these new elements into preexisting cinematic rough cuts. Anything that can be translated into a digital sound or visual image is grist for the Avid mill.