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intermesh

[¦in·tər¦mesh]
(engineering)
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Elongation in the CRTS only occurs at the intermesh. Most of the material is not in the stretching intermesh.
The moving side of the press, with a cam-driven rocking motion, has a row of short, square teeth that intermesh with mating pockets in the stationary side of the press to bite off uniform, pellet-like granules.
Deep flight channels and tight intermesh clearances between the conical screws make the mixing of material more efficient while reducing shear forces.
TASKMASTER[R] TM1600 shredder features two counter-rotating cutting stacks that intermesh to aggressively grab and shred bulky solids.
It involved simultaneous molding of three oddly shaped gears--one triangle, one square, and one oval--of DuPont's Delrin acetal and assembling them precisely with snap fits on a base plate so the three gears would intermesh smoothly.
Conair's new rollers intermesh so that the peak of a groove on one roller fits into the trough of a groove on the other.
What these machines have in common is a chipper rotor with lots of small teeth and a few large, S-shaped blades that intermesh with bed knives.
The Vortex Intermeshing Pin (VIP) mixer consists of a floating sleeve between the screw and barrel with pins pointing inward that intermesh with corresponding pins or slotted flights on the screw, depending on the balance of mixing and pumping needed.
Luckily, they didn't hold to the color scheme for long and intermeshed the roles after the opening statement.
It is relatively unknown by modern-day consumers in the United States that international trade is inherently intermeshed with violence.
With their energy-saving intermeshed AC/ permanent magnet drive, these feeders are the workhorses in Eriez' huge stable of Vibratory Feeders and Conveyors.