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Sheet material, sheared into narrow long pieces.
The act of positioning or inserting copy elements in negative or positive film to a unit negative; the positioning of photographic negatives or positives on a lithographic flat for form …
A punch that serves as the top or bottom of the shoulder screw cavity and later moves farther into the die to eject the part or compact. See also ejector …
Imprints on one side of the stock around pierced holes, caused by punch strippers.
A plate designed to remove, or strip, sheet metal stock from the punching members during the punching process. Strippers are also used to guide small precision punches in close-tolerance dies, …
A flat cold rolled steel product (Other than Flat Wire) 23 15/16 and narrower; under .250 in thickness, which has been cold reduced to desired decimal thickness and temper on …
A flat-rolled metal product of some maximum thickness and width arbitrarily dependent on the type of metal; narrower than sheet. A sheet of metal whose length is many times its …
Strings of material due to poor gate cut off. See pulled gate.
The stretching of signs on one wire to produce an orderly row, usually spelling out an advertising message.
Those areas on the faces of a set of dies that are designed to meet when the upper die and lower die are brought together. The striking surface helps protect …
See sled runner.
Type set by a direct-impression method, or on typewriter composing machines. Also known as cold type.
Marks evident on the molded-part surfaces that indicate melt flow directions or impingement.
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