relief cut

relief cut

A preliminary cut with a jig saw or band saw to prevent the saw from binding, when cutting a curve in a piece of wood.
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This example was made in 1958 and has the relief cut in the slide making it easier to remove the slide stop for disassembly.
The holster has a nice relief cut for establishing a full firing grip when worn outside the waistband (OWB) and allows the middle finger to clear the holster and properly tuck up high and tight beneath the triggerguard.
Overall, the only additions I might like to see in the print book are showing images that explain the relief cut and re-taping process when casting food and adding a requisite skill level per project.
Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das also eased the load of people's pocket by saying that another Rs 2.50 per litre relief cut on diesel in the state.
And it wants the 50 per cent relief cut to under 176,000 pints - which would put many independent craft brewers in trouble.
(7) Finish the tongue and relief cut. Supplies: Craft paper, scissors, #2 Glover's needle, sinew, lighter or matches, gloves, leather shears, contact cement, binder clips, ruler, carpenter's square, pencil, leather, lining.
Julian Rosser of Oxfam Cymru, one of the charities worried shops may see rate relief cut
Office and shop owners saw their relief cut from 50% after three months.
Reform in poor relief cut across religious and cultural boundaries as Randolph Vigne shows in his examination of poor relief schemes in England.
Changes to the tax regime will affect industrial property companies the most as they will see relief cut from 100% to nothing, whereas shops and offices already pay 50% business rates when empty.
"By using ArtCAM to generate the toolpaths, we needed to program only one relief cut for each design," Mr Delaney says.