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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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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.
Make handmade paper using traditional Western methods and equipment, including pulp mixing, coloring the pulp, adding seeds to the pulp, forming sheets in the vat with a mould and deckle, couching, pressing, and drying the handmade paper.
The Flex-Master's 65 mm and 75 mm coextrusion station utilizes a feedblock and 1,500 mm die with internal deckles for edge bead savings.
As a result, the design opens possibilities to use deckles for materials that may not have previously been considered for such a feature.
* Spring-loaded external deckle. When using standard external deckles, operators needed to loosen and tighten fasteners for every change in product width.
One mill was ready to replace a uhle box because of what appeared to be poor sealing of the uhle box cover and inadequate end deckles. The "symptom" was a vacuum pressure of only 6 in.
Eventually, after Hunter had acquired a number of moulds, deckles, other papermaking items, and examples of different papers, he worked to establish paper museums, first at M.I.T.
More refined molds and deckles call be made from wood.
Chapters deoted to materials focus on wood and textile pulp, beaters, molds, meshes, deckles, laid and wove processes, presses, and sizing.
When external deckles are used, they protrude from the die lip and prevent the close approach of the die.
Leakage has been a persistent problem with deckles, says the company, which are movable barriers at both ends of the die that.
Nordson Extrusion Dies Industries, Chippewa Falls, Wis., has developed enhancements to extrusion coating dies and internal deckles that make it possible for converters to reduce edge bead with low-melt-strength polymers while maintaining coat-weight uniformity--two goals that reportedly have often been mutually exclusive with such resins.
Externally protruding sheet-die deckles and/or appendages are other factors, along with the physical size (diameter) of the chrome rolls.
One makes the large width adjustment of both internal and external deckles in tandem; a second, smaller motor repositions the internal deckle blade to reduce edge bead.