cutting list

cutting list

A tabulation of the dimensions of wooden pieces or timbers required for a particular job.
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Simpler, by cutting the previous seven model variants to five and easier on the pocket, especially for the company car drivers who make up the vast majority Mondeo drivers, by cutting list prices by up to PS3,200.
1) Cut the 2-by-4 legs (A, B) and leg blocks (C, D) to length as indicated in the cutting list on Page 51.
Using a rotary cutter, mat and an acrylic ruler, cut the shape to the size indicated in the cutting list.
This device is capable of identifying multiple infeed widths and provides the following functions: selection of a specific cutting list according to the width of the timber; cutting the number of pieces required to cover a given surface area; and ensuring total reliability of the information provided by the numerical control, such as cubic feet produced or cubic feet remaining.
The study also found that the goal-seeking model can balance the production rates for each part on the cutting list over the production run.
In the case of the swing the following page begins with a table outlining materials, hardware, cutting list for the wood and a note on materials explaining why specific hardware to be used to hang the swing is not provided.
In the month where Ford regained some its lost market share after cutting list prices by up to 13 per cent, Renault, Fiat and Peugeot have seen a significant fall in consumer interest as they continue to hold onto their existing price structures.
MG Rover put itself at the centre of the car discount battle yesterday, cutting list prices by as much as 19 per cent.
First, make out a cutting list according to the size of box you require.
1) Cut the rack sides (A) to the length indicated in the cutting list.
Just remember to take the Cutting List with you to the store.
This device is capable of identifying multiple infeed widths and provides the following functions: selection of a specific cutting list according to the width of the timber; cutting the number of pieces required to cover a given surface area and ensuring total reliability of the information provided by the numerical control, such as cubic feet produced or cubic feet remaining.