die lines

die lines

[′dī ‚līnz]
(engineering)
Lines or markings on the surface of a drawn, formed, or extruded product due to imperfections in the surface of the die.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Aluprof extrude profile through these higher quality dies which offer higher quality surfaces free from 'die lines' and once etched and anodised offer a high quality surface which is both very hard wearing and long lasting.
"By creating a completely bespoke solution, we have been able to engineer a polymer-specific masterbatch that offers a completely flawless finish with zero die lines."
"We have had an intense R&D effort to develop tooling and software that allow us to make exacting machine sharpened die lines for virtually all applications.
For example, despite the lack of approved label content, die lines constituting label templates that could be used to flow artwork for each component were developed up front.
Reading between die lines of the interview with Dowling, one might surmise that it was also the defining moment, happening at mid-career, for Dowling himself.
Blown film die lips occasionally get fouled with degraded resin that results in film with die lines, poor strength, poor optics, and a variety of other problems.
RealPro - 3D Packager also streamlines the creation of cutter guides by allowing the creation of die lines from imported 3D objects, technical drawings or existing projects.
Die lines are longitudinal indentations or protrusions formed on the extrudate surface (1, 2).
(Redding and Hornady do offer expander buttons in their die lines to add uniformity to cases that vary in neck thickness.)
Proper tracking also has made it possible to consider specific die lines such as a roof or door line, and to specify treatments for individual dies.
It also constructs flat die lines for PET, rigid film and sheet.