crimping


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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 of heavy cast bullets in the large caliber revolver requires much of the loader, if crimp failures are to be avoided.
From discussions with those responsible for calibration, certification and approval of crimping, it is easy to see what can go wrong.
Deeper belling leaves less case wall to help seat the bullet straight, and also work-hardens the brass more, affecting both case life and crimping consistency.
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.
Thermo Fisher Scientific's La-Pha-Pack stainless steel cleanroom crimping tools provide a controlled, low-effort method of vial sealing.
It can be assembled using automated crimping equipment, delivering significant reductions in assembly time and cutting process costs.
Demonstrating its significant technical and design expertise, IXIA UK has unveiled an innovative Aluminium Foil Tray Crimping system.
Although firmly steeped in attitude when Toyah and Siouxsie And The Banshees (right) worked the look, crimping has been in and out of fashion ever since.
The fitting insert and ferrule are positively locked together during radial-compression crimping.
Contingency planning meant that two isolation methods were investigated one using a crimping technique, the other involving hot tapping and line plugging.