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deckle

[′dek·əl]
(engineering)
A detachable wood frame fitted around the edges of a papermaking mold.
(materials)
In paper manufacturing, the width of the wet sheet as it comes off the wire of a paper machine.

deckle

/dek'l/ (From "dec-" and "nibble"; the original spelling seems to have been "decle") Two nickles; 10 bits. Reported among developers for Mattel's GI 1600 (the Intellivision games processor), a chip with 16-bit wide RAM but 10-bit wide ROM.
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Caption: (3) As you pull up the mould and deckle, shake it gently back and forth to settle the fibers.
Fibers are lifted in a thin layer with the mold and deckle.
For deckle edges or an embossed look, glue labels also appear to offer the best choices.
At press time, this suggestion was to be discussed by Australian Ballet's board, which may well deckle that Stretton has his hands full enough with AB.
Ancients poured their half-stuff slurry of fiber and water onto mesh molds to collect the fiber, then dispersed the slurry within deckle frames to add shape and uniformity, and finally applied great pressure to expel the water and cohere the fiber.
A surprising continued omission (noted in my earlier reviews) is that although the watermarks of paper are regularly recorded (and included in the general index in this volume), with deckle edges sometimes noticed, there are no statements of folded format (i.
Send papers to: Bill Knight or Deckle McLean, Department of English & Journalism, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL 61455.
In some cases the casting produced from the machined wax pattern can be used to deckle part or all of the tooling for production, saving expensive machining time.
Mold and deckle was used to form the sheets in couching.
The pulp was poured into a tub of water and a deckle and mold were both dipped underneath the water's surface and then pulled straight up, letting the pulp settle on the deckle/mold as the water drained.
This keeps the lip geometry ideal for use with external deckles, since the deckle seals do not need to conform to irregular lip faces.
At this low-lit steakhouse, Sone asks "for a slice close to the neck, which has a larger deckle," he says (deckle is a band of fat).