chatter mark


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chatter mark

[′chad·ər ‚märk]
(geology)
A scar on the surface of bedrock made by the abrasive action of drift carried at the base of a glacier.
(materials)
One of a series of marks made in a crosswise direction on a material; caused by vibration during rolling, extrusion, cutting, or drawing.
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The spacing between the chatter marks will indicate whether it is the contact roller or a defective abrasive belt.
bar] A large Kraak dish, above, showing its age and the back of the dish, left, exhibits chatter marks
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In addition, the interlamellar cut seems to eliminate the abrasive, planar cut of metal blades with the resulting rough surfaces, debris remnants and chatter marks.