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Synonyms for perforate

Synonyms for perforate

to make a hole or other opening in

to pass into or through by overcoming resistance

Synonyms for perforate

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Not only is the H-2 system the shortest perforating system on the market, it is also a completely plug and play system utilizing the H-2 charge puck and ControlFire[R] cartridge technology, eliminating arming subs, wire connections, and detonating cord.
The relationship between the number, competence, and diameter of medial calf perforating veins and the clinical status in healthy subjects and patients with lower-limb venous disease.
Drucker, "Acquired perforating dermatosis: evidence for combined transepidermal elimination of both collagen and elastic fibers," JAMA Dermatology, vol.
The repair of the perforating peroneal artery injury was successful, and the ankle swelling resolved immediately after surgery.
Reactive perforating collagenosis (RPC) consists of both a familial and an acquired form.
Sander Kool, Commercial Manager at Clondalkin NYCO Flexible Packaging, said the investment was a response to increased demand from the market for perforating options on shrink sleeve products.
It is suggested that one of the extracellular matrix protein, fibronectin could be involved in the pathphysiological mechanism in KD as well as perforating dermatoses.22 The role of infectious agents, probably anaerobic bacteria, in the pathogenesis of KD is supported by response with clindamycin23 and with metronidazole.24
Perforating, or slightly shredding, plastic bottles can help to produce a denser bale by removing air from the material prior to baling.
Diamond Perforated Metals inventories sheets with standard hole sizes--from 0.050 dia with 225 holes per square inch (HSI) to 1 1/2 diamond shaped holes-and shapes--such as round, oval, square, and diamond--that are punched on seven Allcross perforating presses.
Design engineers should, however, give these highly flexible products even more consideration for use in new product designs, according to members of the Industrial Perforators Association (IPA) in Milwaukee, the trade group of custom job shops specializing in perforating materials.
The idea of perforating film goes back to the German engineer Konrad Zuse who, in 1936, used perforated film to power his first computer.
International Perforating Services (IPS) offers high quality perforating of nonwovens, plastic film, paper, foil, foam, and artificial leather with perfect holes from start to finish.
The additional press is part of a two-phase [pounds sterling]3m investment plan designed to increase EPL Technologies' 8-colour printing capacity and to enhance the service proposition for their customers, The second phase will see the introduction of the company's latest perforating development in micro-perforating technology at Gainsborough.
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