trim band

trim band

A flat piece of metal which is welded to a side or end of a grating panel and carries no load; used chiefly to improve appearance.
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Escorted by her father, the bride wore a strapless gown of silky taffeta accented with vertical ruching and a beaded trim band at the waist.
The trim band on the mixer also bears a 90th anniversary insignia.
KitchenAid emphasizes this with styling, by designing the other appliances with the same curves, colors and trim band as the mixer, he added.
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