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stamping

[′stam·piŋ]
(electronics)
A transformer lamination that has been cut out of a strip or sheet of metal by a punch press.
(mechanical engineering)
Almost any press operation including blanking, shearing, hot or cold forming, drawing, bending, and coining.
(mining engineering)
Reducing to the desired fineness in a stamp mill; the grain is usually not so fine as that produced by grinding in pans.

stamping

A process used to shape a piece of sheet metal by means of a die and a punch in a drop hammer.
References in classic literature ?
Now at last we have good tidings," he said, at once forgetting the stamping of the fire, "and now shall my eyes behold that Lily whom my hand has longed to pluck.
The adventure decided me never again to leave the limits of my prescribed stamping grounds until I was ready to venture forth for good and all, as it would certainly result in a curtailment of my liberties, as well as the probable death of Woola, were we to be discovered.
In their stamping grounds in the jungle the three were familiar figures.
And then all of a sudden he broke out in a great flame of anger, stamping with his foot, brandishing the cane, and carrying on (as the maid described it) like a madman.
At the stamping of the little foot, a great beast rose from the corner of the room and crossed to Tara of Helium where it stood looking up into her face.
Her eyes softened upon him, and a kind answer was on her lips, when a hoarse shout, with the clatter of arms and stamping of steeds, rose up from the bailey below.
I hate you," she cried in a choked voice, stamping her foot on the floor.
In the same flash of time a small man in a shiny top hat stood stamping in the outer room.
When he came to himself, he began to cry and shriek at the top of his lungs, stamping his feet on the ground and wailing all the while:
The mare's fidgety," he added, nodding towards the horse-box, before which they were standing, and from which came the sound of restless stamping in the straw.
But remembering the muzzle, she shook it and again began restlessly stamping one after the other her shapely legs.
said Tom, jumping away from the table, and stamping first with one leg and then the other.