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skiving

[′skīv·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Removal of material in thin layers or chips with a high degree of shear or slippage of the cutting tool.
A machining operation in which the cut is made with a form tool with its face at an angle allowing the cutting edge to progress from one end of the work to the other as the tool feeds tangentially past ten rotating workpieces.
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The MSS300 Super Skiving Machine and cutters will be on display at JIMTOF 2016 (the 28th Japan International Machine Tool Fair) on November 17, at which time the product will officially go on sale.
This immobility is slightly influenced by the stability of both the tool and the round billet and turns out to be the main reason for the comparatively common application of such an instrument with skiving deep apertures.
Skiving is easiest to apply to new, straight-walled empties, but don't let that deter you from skiving shells that have already been fired once.
Skiving could become hard work, for that is what it is.
Is it too much to ask that they fit in their skiving during the 12 weeks and more they spend away from the classroom?
This includes the manufacturing of precise, automatic machines for tread skiving, booking, tire trimming and inspection, sidewall grinding, bias cutting, slitting, bale cutting and tread leaf and green tire trucks.
For many this is an enticement to take a skiving day off work.
The British workman today is either leaning on a shovel, walking around with his hands in his pockets, skiving or listening to music.
Either that or they're ringing in sick, and the day they come back they recount how terrible they felt when they were ill just so you think they weren't skiving.
Angel Cabrera (US Open champion), Ernie Els (Match Play champion), Lee Westwood (British Masters champion), Charl Schwartzel (Spanish Open champion) are all skiving off to the EUR4m Barclays Singapore Open on the Asian Tour.
An employee skiving is a serious offence and an employer can legitimately take action that would normally include a disciplinary warning or even dismissal.
Website skiving is costing small businesses in the West Midlands thousands of pounds a year, according to a recent study by security specialist firm Cyber Protect.