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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

stamping

A process used to shape a piece of sheet metal by means of a die and a punch in a drop hammer.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The site also has information on which transactions require stamping and addresses of collection centres.
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Specializes in tooling for automotive, cosmetic, electronic and appliance decoration and assembly, as well as a vacuum take-off device to speed part removal after stamping, automatic feed devices, turntables, slide tables, indexers, parts-handling equipment, and automated assembly systems.
Its 1/2" size usually will fit onto a music score to allow for stamping the fingering onto a piece of sheet music right at the place where it is needed.
The Rebbe also writes that the stamping of a postmark on a stamp is also disrespectful if the stamp were depicting a holy person.
A year ago, after my shocking experience at the greeting card store, I met Candy, the "stamp lady" who has been rubber stamping for a number of years.
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I began to use rubber stamps at school - grading papers stamping hands, making awards and designing art communiques.
Stamping demand can tend to follow the pattern of other basic industries.