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bull nose

[′bu̇l ‚nōz]
(building construction)
A rounded external angle, as one used at window returns and doorframes.
(metallurgy)
A ladle used in foundry operations for carrying molten metal.
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The next week, Sizemore tested the high-feed bull nose chip surfer at 600ipm/0.020" DOC on the wrought-mold stock.
Duck hunters and shallow-water fishermen were taken into consideration when Excel designed the new Bull Nose (named for its massive crash-resistant tubular bow).
The kitchen appliances are high quality stainless steel with beautiful cherry bull nose cabinetry and decorator fans and lighting.
Dogfish fed all along the beach, but the best catches came from the far end near the bull nose where Newport members Dale Bourgaize and Louisa Johnson finished first and second.
``The challenge is to find the parts -that takes me all over the country -to restore it to its former glory,and not overdo it like some people do.'' A particular favourite of Darren's is Kate, a 1934 Daimler he will be showing at Southport,along with a Bull Nose Cowley 1924and,possibly,an Armstrong Sidley 1926.
It is available with a small, constant radius 'bull nose' transfer in substitution for the standard transfer rollers.
When compared with roughing a bull nose style cutter, the surface speed can be increased due to the better heat displacement from the larger radius.
Tenders are invited for Special repair of airside curtain wall and gable end, bull nose acp by replacement of sealant in terminal building of sgrdji airport, amritsar.
The story in last Saturday's edition told how firefighters, RAF and police helicopter crews, the Barry Dock Lifeboat, an ambulance crew and the coastguard rescued the boy, who was wearing only a T-shirt and jeans from a cliff known as the Bull Nose, between Porthkerry and The Knap, Barry, on Friday.
The construction of the panels entailed the use of birch plywood from Finland, curved profiled birch bull nose sections from Italy and a serge felt from Germany.
An innovative cutting geometry called the Toroid Bull Nose cutter from Millstar LLC, Bloomfield, CT, optimizes cutting speeds and feeds for mold and die milling compared with standard ball nose or flat endmill cutters.
* The ability to do four- and five-axis lead angle milling using flat, bull nose, and ball end mills.