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machinable

[mə′shēn·ə·bəl]
(computer science)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

machinable

Machine-readable. Having the softcopy nature.
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The machinable wax is used primarily for conceptual modeling and spray metal molding.
The ever-present risk of damaging the machinable wax pattern is as great as for any other wax pattern, and the customer should be aware of this.
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Callis developed machinable composite molds with good surfaces for use in molding composites.
Machinable, resin-impregnated, carbon-graphite blanks are for companies that need to machine mechanical seal primary rings, radial or thrust bearings, case wear rings, or pump vanes on an emergency basis.
Metallized Carbon Corporation (Ossining, NY) now offers machinable, resin impregnated, carbon-graphite blanks for companies that need to machine mechanical seal primary rings, radial bearings, thrust bearing, case wear rings, or pump vanes on an emergency basis.