The act of piercing with a drill.
The act of using a drill in sowing seeds.
(v) A process that uses a rotating cutting tool to produce holes. It can also refer more specifically to a process that produces holes using twist drill bits.
The act of boring into the earth.
Holes for three ring binding are drilled, rather than punched. The standard hole punch used in most offices can only punch a few sheets at a time. However, a specialized drilling machine performs the same function on up to 1000 sheets in a single pass.
A mechanical method of planting seed directly into soil.
in production, punching through an entire lift of forms as a final bindery operation.
Sowing seeds in furrows or holes by hand or machine.
The act of boring a hole through which oil or gas may be produced if encountered in commercial quantities.
Piercing a hole in rock. In exploration, drilling allows for samples of the rock to be taken. In mining, it is used to insert explosives for blasting.
Punching holes in a publication for binding.
Holes in paper are drilled using metal bits rather than punched.
In the Design Studio we use the drill presses or the cordless drills to drill holes into our parts. There are drill index's (the gray boxes) located by the drill presses with a selection of different diameter drill bits. For safety all parts MUST be clamped down when when drilling holes into them. When drilling the acrylic and aluminum in your kits make sure the cutting direction is set to FORWARD and the cutting speed is set on the FASTEST setting. For safety NEVER, NEVER, NEVER use shop rags of gloves.
To drill a hole into printed material. For example, a wall calendar has drill hole in each page to accommodate wall hanging.
finishing process that makes holes in paper. Standard 3-hole, 2-hole, or custom drilling is available in various hole dimensions.
Blasthole drilling: the drilling of holes in the rock to insert an explosive charge. Diamond drilling: drilling with a hollow bit which has diamond cutting rim to produce a cylindrical core that is used for geological study and assays. Used in exploration. In-fill drilling: drilling at shorter intervals between holes, used to provide greater geological detail and to help establish reserve estimates. Rotary drilling: drilling with a bit that breaks the rock into chips rather than core. Faster and cheaper than diamond drilling, the chips are forced by water and air to the surface for examination. Reverse-Circulation drilling: a type of rotary drilling that uses a double-walled drill pipe. Compressed air, water or other drilling medium is forced down the space between the two pipes to the drill bit and the drilled chips are flushed back up to the surface through the center tube of the drill pipe.
Core Drilling with a hollow bit with a diamond cutting rim to produce a cylindrical core that is used for geological study and assays. Used in mineral exploration. Reverse Circulation Drilling that produces rock chips rather than core. The chips are forced by air to surface through a double-walled drill pipe and are collected for examination. Conventional Rotary Drilling that produces rock chips similar to reverse circulation except that the sample is collected through a single-walled drill pipe. In-fill Any method of drilling intervals between existing holes, used to provide greater geological detail and to help establish reserve estimates. Geotechnical Diamond drilling targeted and utilized specifically for the collection of information used for mine stability purposes.
punching, hole punch
Process of boring a hole into the earth to remove oil and gas.
The boring of holes into a foam to enhance air flow, provide for greater ease of button application in tufted design and to make the foam feel softer.
The act of forming holes (vias) in a substrate by mechanical or laser means.
This is a mechanical drill used to clean away any excess bacterial damage to the tooth and prepare a hole in the tooth to accept a filling.
Creating the holes for envelopes. Interoffice and bank teller envelopes are often drilled to ensure that all contents are removed by the recipient.
The use of such a machine to create holes for exploration or for loading with explosives.
For sheets to be bound in looseleaf folders or spiral-type bindings. Done by a special machine that has a row of drills, which can penetrate a greater thickness of sheets than can punches.
Sowing seeds into a shallow row.
Drilling of holes in folded sections, trimmed or untrimmed, or in finished books, which will permit insertion over rings or posts in a binder.
Holes made in pieces of print, normally for allowing print to be placed in a binder.
The process of making a hole in a lens to permit its attachment to a mounting.
Boring into the earth to access geothermal resources, usually with oil and gas drilling equipment that has been modified to meet geothermal requirements.