The first log above the stump. Syn. butt log. | | | | E-F | | | I-K | | | N-O | | | | T-X
Vertical cut at outside edge of a truss bottom chord to insure uniform nominal span and tight joints, typically 1/4".
Cutting into the surface of the laminate in the desired configuration for the labels but not allowing for any waste between one label and the next.
Slight vertical cut at outside end of truss bottom chord made to insure uniform nominal span and tight joints.
The first cut above the stump of a tree.
A label made with square corners and no spacing between labels.
A small 90 degree cut at the end of a truss - usually 1/4".
Slight vertical cut at outside edge of Truss bottom chord to ensure uniform nominal span and tight joints.
A straight cut used for cutting aluminum accessories.
Form of label stock used in continuous operations. Butt cut stock usually yields an additional 10% more individual labels than die cut stock.
The labels are separated by a single cut through the substrate and do not have a removable matrix between the labels.