flat seam

flat seam

fonning a flat seam
In sheet metal work, a seam between adjacent metal sheets, formed by turning up both edges, folding them over, and then flattening; the joint, so formed, usually is soldered.
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Its technicians are certified in: asphalt shingles, tile and slate, synthetic slate, cedar shakes, standing seam, and flat seam metal, sheet metal, rubber membrane (EPDM) and thermoplastic membrane (TPO).
Made from premium merino wool from New Zealand, they have an elasticated arch brace and flat seam for extra comfort.
Trim points, such as those on collars, to reduce bulk for a smooth and flat seam on the fabric right side.
The bottom of the product and the sleeves are bent and sutured with a flat seam.
* Use a clapper immediately after pressing to create a flat seam.
The working face is mining 3-5# coal seam, with the average buried depth 474 meters, dip angle 3[degrees] which is flat seam. The average thickness of 3-5# coal seam is 12 meters, which is typical extremely thick coal seam in China.
Speaking on the product range, Sasanka Bandara, General Manager, amante Sri Lanka & Bangladesh explained, "The Enigma range brings into play the groundbreaking Bonded Flat Seam technology that enhances the levels of comfort and sensuality we are able to offer our customers.
To make up: Sew sole with a flat seam. Sew back seam.
It may be easier for some people to press with an iron to have a flat seam. Now take a third strip and lay face down on top of second strip, pin carefully and sew.
Most upscale button-down shirts feature a flat-fell seam at the side and shoulder seams to conceal all the raw edges and to produce a flat seam with exposed stitching on the shirt right side.
2.07 All seams will be of a flat seam design to allow the seam to lay completely flat to improve comfort while being worn.
It has inclined coal seams with large dip angles as well as nearly flat seams with small dip angles [13-16].