parallel cut

parallel cut

[′par·ə‚lel ′kət]
(engineering)
A group of parallel holes, not all charged with explosive, to create the initial cavity to which the loaded holes break in blasting a development round. Also known as burn cut.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"It is simplicity itself," said he; "my eyes tell me that on the inside of your left shoe, just where the firelight strikes it, the leather is scored by six almost parallel cuts. Obviously they have been caused by someone who has very carelessly scraped round the edges of the sole in order to remove crusted mud from it.
Part of the reason is that the crisis has caused Greece's GDP to shrink without a parallel cut in defense spending.
Cutting out a part of the stock with a bandsaw requires some attention for producing a straight and parallel cut. For this matter I use a simple jig along with paper-tape on the stock to protect from scratches and to draw cut lines.
thick 1 1/2 cups (about 6 oz.) julienned baked tofu*, such as teriyaki flavor 5 medium mushrooms, thinly sliced 1/2 red bell pepper, parallel cut and julienned 2 tbsp.
It appears that parallel cut members exhibit more "glue capabilities" because the parallel-parallel plywood joint reflects the highest load resistance while the cross-cross the lowest.
Looser, straight-legged (or "parallel cut") trousers are seriously flattering on your figure.
Globally, the abolition of production subsidies, despite the parallel cut in tariffs, should lead to price rises, the OECD predicts.
Available as slivers (chopped-fiber bundles with no twist), continuous roving, yarn, blended yarn (textile fiber blended with metal fibers), and chopped fibers (packages of parallel cut fibers held together by an adhesive that will dissolve during compounding).
In preparation for cutting off any type of stock, a precise cutline must be established which will assure a good, square, parallel cut, and must reflect those needed changes in the length, pitch, or angle of the stock.
Tables 2 and 3 list the number of samples tested, average density, average tension MOE, and average tension strength by layer for perpendicular and parallel cut specimens.
It is available as slivers (chopped fiber bundles with no twist), continuous roving, yarn, blended yarn (textile fiber blended with metal fibers), and chopped fibers (packages of parallel cut fibers held together by an adhesive that will dissolve during compounding).
It is available as slivers (chopped fiber bundles with no twist), continous roving, yarn, blended yarn (textile fiber blended with metal fibers), and chopped fibers (packages of parallel cut fibers held together by an adhesive that will dissolve during compounding).

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