Lightweight, cellular structure made from either metallic sheet materials or non-metallic materials (e.g., resin-impregnated paper or woven fabric) and formed into hexagonal nested cells, similar in appearance to the cross section of a beehive.
Resin-impregnated material manufactured in, usually, hexagonal cells that serves as a core material in sandwich constructions. Honeycomb may also be metallic or polymer materials in a rigid, open-cell structure.
A fagric in which the warp and weft threads form ridges and hollows, which give a cellular appearance (see cellular fabric). Three types of weave produce this effect:(i) ordinary honeycomb, which gives a marked cellular effect on the face and back of the cloth;(ii) Brighton honeycomb, which develops the effect more prominently on the face but in a less regular manner and with large and small cells; and (iii) Grecian.
Manufactured product consisting of sheet metal or a resin impregnated sheet material (paper, fibrous glass, etc) which has been formed into hexagonal-shaped cells. Used as core material for sandwich constructions.
A honeycomb is a mass of hexagonal wax cells built by honey bees in their nests to contain their larvae and stores of honey and pollen. The term is also used for manmade materials that resemble it in appearance or structure. In addition, numerous wasps, especially Polistinae and Vespinae, construct hexagonal prism packed combs, which are made of paper instead of wax - in some species (e.g.
A method by which concrete is poured and not puddled or vibrated, allowing the edges to have voids or holes after the forms are removed. An area in a foundation wall where the aggregate (gravel) is visible. Honeycombs can be usually be remedied by applying a thin layer of grout or other cement product over the affected area. See aggregate and vibration.
Areas in a foundation wall where the aggregate (gravel) is visible. Honeycombs can be usually be remedied by applying a thin layer of grout or other cement product over the affected area. Also, a method by which concrete is poured and not puddled or vibrated, allowing the edges to have voids or holes after the forms are removed.
Honeycomb is an album by Frank Black which was released in 2005 on Back Porch Records. It is Frank Black's first solo album (without The Pixies or Frank Black & the Catholics) since The Cult of Ray which was released in 1996. It was recorded in Nashville, TN.
A shade with amazing capabilities. The honeycomb term is used to describe the chamber formed by the compressed fibrous material, creating a tempreature trapping and neutralizing sphere which increases your houses heating or cooling retention abilities. Available in a massive array of colors and options, honeycomb shades are an excellent product in both function and form.