deckle


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rough edge left by a deckle on handmade paper or produced artificially on machine-made paper

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(paper making) a frame used to form paper pulp into sheets

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Externally protruding sheet-die deckles and/or appendages are other factors, along with the physical size (diameter) of the chrome rolls.
A spring-loaded external deckle for extrusion coating dies is the first device to allow automatic, computer-controlled adjustment of coating widths, according to EDI Extrusion Dies Industries LLC, Chippewa Falls, Wis.
com) exhibited the Moebius-manifold die with a patented internal deckle system.
The pulp was poured into a tub of water and a deckle and mold were both dipped underneath the water's surface and then pulled straight up, letting the pulp settle on the deckle/mold as the water drained.
5 pounds), deckle and fat cap left on Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper Canola oil 15 thyme sprigs 15 rosemary sprigs 1 garlic bulb, cut in half 2 .
these swans painted on plaster, this sky of promiscuous wings, when I still see them deckle edged and rolling with smoke.
Most of what's packaged at grocery stores is the lean end, but you can order the deckle from a butcher.
The flow models show that the performance of an internally deckled die is close to that of a non-deckled die, while the external deckle system results in non-uniform flow distribution and broad RTD due to the occurrence of a large stagnation area upstream of the external deckle.
Another Truitt characteristic is the delineation of shape through the use of tape that, when pulled free of the paper's surface, leaves a minute filigree, a kind of microscopic "blur" at the edge that, at times, echoes the deckle edges of the broad sheets of paper on which she worked.
The new model represents the continuation of 40 years of success in the premium double deckle segment, the statement said.
Both types of paper bindings (those using boards and broche bindings) which were intended as temporary bindings had the deckle edges of their text blocks left uncut.
The cut of meat used conies from the forequarters of the steer, usually the deckle, the leaner shoulder cut, or the navel or plate, a smaller cut from the chest that is fatter and juicier.
SOLOVE, TIME MEANINGS OF PRIVACY (2007); DECKLE MCLEAN, PRIVACY AND ITS INVASION 3-6 (1995).
Deckle 2-Go will make you the proud owner of a unique mould and deckle papermaking system.
After blending, the furnish was hand felted into a 250- by 250-mm deckle box.