Originally from Greek columns (600 - 400 B.C.), these are hollows or channels cut vertically in the shafts of columns or pilasters. The upper surface can be sharp edged or finished with a radius. The flute is a stone version of a bundle of sticks that were originally used for columns.
To seal and make an attractive edge on a pie by pinching the dough all around the rim.
Refers to the undercut of the cutting edges of multi-edged end mills, reamers, twist drill s, and other cutting tools. The reamer shown below has eight cutting edges and, therefore, eight flutes.
To press a scalloped or decorative design into the edge of a pie crust.
To make decorative indentations around the edge of pastries, fruits or vegetables.
decorate the edge of a pie crust or pastry in a scallop pattern.
an aerophone that is played by blowing air across a sharp edge in the mouthpiece of the instrument
To make small decorative impressions in food. Pie crusts are fluted by pressing the pastry edge into various shapes.
To form a pinched design with the fingertips around the edge of a pie crust.
the cut-out portion of the drill bit, usually flutes are cut out in spirals as on twist-bits
To make a decorative edge on the rim of a pie crust.
To make or press a decorative pattern into the raised edge of pastry.
To create decorative patterns in foods, such as pie crust edges, mushroom caps, etc.
Routed vertical indentations in a linear pattern with 180 degree radius at each end of each line.
on a drill bit, the exit path for chips.
To make a decorative edge on pastry.
To create a decorative scalloped or undulating edge on a piecrust or other pastry.
To make decorative indentations around the edge of pastry, vegetables, or fruit.