The act of making notches; the act of cutting into small hollows.
The small hollow, or hollows, cut; a notch or notches.
A method of joining timbers, scantling, etc., by notching them, as at the ends, and overlapping or interlocking the notched portions.
A method of excavating, as in a bank, by a series of cuttings side by side. See also Gulleting.
Practice of making a "V" cut to remove damaged perforations rather than removing the damage and making a splice. Not recommended, as it weakens the film even more.
Cutting a V-shape in the ear of a swine to indicate its litter or number in litter.
Parallel grooves cut into the spine perpendicular to the binding edge. The depth and the distance between the grooves can be adjusted to suit the size and weight of the text block. Notching (vs. not notching) increases the amount of surface area on the spine that comes in contact with the adhesive and increases the strength of some type bindings.
Sawing operation on band mill or plate saw in which two straight cuts intersect to remove a single piece of material.
The removal of the edges and corners of a metal blank.
Operation in which the punch removes material from the edge or corner of a strip or blank.
Cutting into a timber so that it will fit over another. Nicking.
The art of cutting a notch into logs.
The cutting out of various shapes from the edge of a strip, blank, or part.