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crimping

A process similar to corrugating, but providing a surface (essentially flat) with regularly spaced small ridges.
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"The crimping is the difficult part ," Mr Eden, head chef at Driftwood, said.
He had two questions: one about properly crimping rifle bullets and one about his surprise discovery of how Large Pistol primers don't fit the primer pockets of .45 ACP CCI Blazer brass he'd recently fired and then tried to reload.
Those of us old enough to remember Elmer Keith's writings may recall his admonition to avoid using brass too many times due to decreasing crimp tension resulting from multiple crimping. Elmer was well aware of the crimp holding deficiencies of his Lyman bullet.
From discussions with those responsible for calibration, certification and approval of crimping, it is easy to see what can go wrong.
High contact pressure features can be difficult to produce and can require increased crimping force.
Couplings says it can offer a crimping diameter of up to 650mm and can crimp by diameter or by pressure, thus assuring total accuracy of the finished crimp.
Williamson recently introduced a complete Crimping Tool Combo with a matched system of crimps, premium crimping tool and rigging accessories.
A new bead crimping tool from Xuron Corp., Saco, Maine, is designed for beading and jewelry making (and repair).
The difficulty of accurately placing a dip tube/pump into a small neck opening and crimping the closure onto a glass bottle is the challenge that is solved with this system.
The new crimping tool used is also an improvement over conventional ones.
Crimping capabilities cover RJ45 (8 x 8), RJ12 (6 x 6), and RJ11 (6 x 4) standard style modular plugs, solid or stranded.