cutting process

cutting process

[′kəd·iŋ ‚präs·əs]
(metallurgy)
A process where metal is severed by the application of a gas or an electric arc.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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There appears to be a total lack of confidence from the actual recyclers with the appetite from India remaining relatively damp, and Bangladesh showing no willingness to offer for tonnage whilst their yards remain full of previously acquired tonnage due to the severe monsoon rains hampering any cutting process.
Also, the market report also looks at factors such as increasing focus on automating the metal cutting process, rising demand for fiber laser cutting machines, growing investment in aerospace and defense industry.
Tilted parts are a risk factor during the laser cutting process. They can cause a collision with the cutting head.
First stage, microcracks appear inside the material structure at the beginning of diamond grit sliding on the workpiece surface [12], and then diffuse around the crush area under synthetic impacts of cutting forces from different directions along with the cutting process. Second stage, chip-forming as the material stripping from the surface of natural stone after the cutting cracks extend to the surface, the impact of cyclic stress enables fracture in the crush area which creates chips that flow up along with the flutes on the cutter and wiped out from the cutting area.
The monograph classifies the denominations minted during each of the six series, superimposes images of the best coins to create composite coin images, reconstructs the die cutting process, translates the inscriptions, and explains possible meanings of the iconography.
Italian company Fincantieri has held a ceremony in the port city of La Spezia to mark the start of the steel cutting process for the manufacture of military vessels for Qatar's Amiri Navy.
Multiple regression analysis is shown to be useful technique for mathematical modeling of many industrial engineering processes including material cutting process. These processes happen as result of interaction of variables.
/ins -- To cut narrow incisions in hard materials with high precision requires a specially developed waterjet cutting process. FAWJ stands for Fine Abrasive Water Jet (micro waterjet, finecut), and is a unique and world-class cutting process launched back in 2008 by Water Jet Sweden.
Summary: Customers allowed to see slaughtering, skinning and cutting process directly
Cheshire-based Genesis is now introducing Bay's range of strand pelletisers, conveyors and air knives to UK manufacturers, as well as the company's latest patented system that is designed to eradicate 'carryover', a problem that commonly affects pelletisers when a small number of pellets are drawn back into the rotor during the cutting process and are cut multiple times.
The UFC, meanwhile, has had multiple alterations to their weight cutting process in recent years, in hopes of figuring out how to lessen such incidents.
The first paper of the session--from Antonio Olmos (Fabricia Nacionai de Moneda y Timbre)--focussed on laser cutting of the euro banknote paper for the windowed foil and showed how the high speed laser cutting process was selected over a mechanical process to incorporate the windows into the paper for the foil window.