cutting point

cutting point

[′kəd·iŋ ‚pȯint]
(design engineering)
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The cylinders accelerate and decelerate during each revolution such that the peripheral speed of the blades and the speed of the web are equal at the cutting point, which the company says will maintain sheet length accuracy and squareness.
Edge quality for thicker, denser materials may display a typical "raised edge," surface coatings may be disrupted, and tearing or splitting may propagate from the cutting point.
the die initially contacts the PET sheet at low pressure and waits while heat is conducted from base plate to the cutting point.
catgut chromic 1-0 with curved needle half circle cutting or reverse cutting point 2.
Secondary finishing of technical parts is often slowed down by the relative inaccessibility of external cutting points.