Definitions for "STAKING"
Mechanical softening of leather. Done by hand by pulling skins over a moon shaped knife, but mostly by machines of which tow types are common. The old "grab" staker with crocodile jaws which come together at a point where the operator offers the hide or skin and pulls the leather away from him while he restrains it carefully and the vibrating through feed machine invented in Czechoslovakia in the sixties. The former is more precise, but is also more labour intensive and skilled, while if not used carefully will lead to tearing and loss of area.
Using a tool with a canoe-paddle shaped edge to help soften the hide. The tool is often embedded in the ground, in a vice, or some other contraption so that you can work the hide over it. The edge should be distinct but not actually sharp.
Mechanical softening of leather by the action of a very large number of rapidly oscillating, overlapping fingers or pins while being carried on a conveyor belt.
Action of marking the boundaries of a parcel of land by driving posts (stakes) into the ground.
the setting out of the boundaries of a mining claim by marking [blazing or flagging] lines and erecting and tagging posts.
the act by a surveyor of locating important points drawn on a layout plan and marking them with a monument, stake or batter board configuration stations a standard length , usually 100 feet, measured along the centerline of a road or along a survey line
The act of asserting a title or right to something by or as if by placing stakes to satisfy a legal requirement.
The process of melting and reforming a thermoplastic post to lock a dissimilar material in place mechanically.
the melting and forming of a plastic stud to retain or lock another material (often dissimilar) in place.
Keywords:  planter, strangle, tying, stem, plant
when providing support to plants by means of canes or stakes.
The securing of a tree or large shrub using rope or guy wires and wood stakes to hold it in place after planting and usually left in place for one year.
using stakes to support newly planted trees.
Method of fastening using displaced material for retention.
The process of permanently fastening two parts together by recessing one part within the other and then causing plastic flow of the material at the joint.