perforate


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perforate

Biology
a. pierced by small holes
b. marked with small transparent spots

perforate

[′pər·fə‚rāt]
(science and technology)
To pierce or puncture; particularly, to make a line or series of holes for such purposes as identification, decoration, or easy separation.
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Pantex International has invested 1.5 million [euro] in a new line, which perforates spunbond and SMS material for the baby diaper and adult incontinence market at a low cost.
Wista's line of punch perforation equipment is designed to punch perforate a variety of substrates with clean (no burrs) holes as small as 0.013 inches, or 0.33 mm.