Cutting or nothcing a material prior to bending it. Sufficient scoring of some substrates-glass and some thicknesses of PVC boards, for example- will also allow them to be broken cleanly without cutting them all the way through.
The shallow cuts made by the baker at the surface of a bread before putting it in the oven. As the dough expands, these scores bloom and form an esthetically pleasing, uneven surface. This is also called slashing or docking.
When the liner of a die-cut part or label is cut. This happens when a die cuts the label or die-cut part too deep therefore cutting the liner.
Marking the loaves of bread for identification purposes. (see slashing)
The cutting of pitch tooling surfaces by an optical technician to permit polishing compounds to flow across the surface of the tool. Learn more about Scoring...
The panels are precision cut through both sides of the panel to a preset depth. The panels remain rigid for assembly but are ready for breaking into individual circuits.
The process of part cutting through laminate with twin rotary cutters which leaves a thin web of material. This web may be broken by "snapping" after assembly.
Running a utility knife blade, a sharpened awl, scoring tool, or other sharp implement across a soffit or siding panel face without cutting all the way through the panel. This weakens the vinyl surface in a specific area and allows the panel to be bent and broken off cleanly.