The Different Types of Vegetable Cutting Styles

Roll-Cutting. This is a common technique that is used to cut long fruit and vegetables, such as zucchini and carrots. Using this technique will allow you to make more attractive pieces, while exposing more of the food's surface. Parallel Cutting. This is a technique that is used to cut broad, thin slices of vegetables and meat.

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Steel Slag - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Steel slag can also be produced by smelting iron ore in a basic oxygen furnace. According to methods for cooling molten steel slag, steel slag is classified into five types: natural air-cooling steel slag, water-spray steel slag, water-quenching steel slag, air-quenching steel slag, and shallow box chilling steel slag …

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Removing slag - PlasmaSpider.com

Slag, Dross or Mill Scale. Dross is removed with a flap disk, wire cup or sander. Slag is to a weldor as Dross is to a cutter. Same thing, in essence. Mill Scale can be removed with muratic acid, vinegar or a bunch of other chemicals - or by grinding. Personally, I really do NOT like to have muratic acid around the shop.

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Flame Cutting (Oxy Fuel Cutting) - A Method to Cut Thick Steel

For steels under 20 mm, better to use other cutting method like laser cut or waterjet cut. (For to get a high precision.) On the other hand, as oxy fuel cutting technology is developed nowadays, with a proper oxy fuel gas mixture and good temperature control, also we could get a high precision flame cutting (a quality flame cutting).

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How to Cut Glass : 5 Steps (with Pictures) - Instructables

-Glass (obviously!) For practice I would recommend 3 or 4 mm thick glass., which is not hard to work with but also not to thin to break easily. 2mm is typical glass for picture frames, but can be a difficult thickness before you feel comfortable with how much pressure to put on the cutter. 5 mm and thicker gets harder to break, and can take some courage when it gets really thick. 8mm and up ...

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Plasma Cutter Tips and Techniques - Eastwood

Cutting thick metal is a little different than cutting sheet metal. Thick metal means slower cutting, wider cut or "kerf", more slag remaining (the leftover molten metal on the edge of the cut), and longer pierce time. If you are piercing the metal, the 45° angle is vital. A straight-on approach will result in lots of slag on the tip, and more ...

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EP1045239A1 - Method of preparing slag sample for x-ray ...

A method of preparing a slag sample for use in fluorescent X-ray analysis, which comprises immersing a metallic hollow polygonal column having smooth outer surface into a molten slag and immediately pulling it up, and then using the contact plane of the slag adhered on the outer surface of the hollow polygonal column as the analytical plane.

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Steelmaking Slag - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

D. Sichen, in Fundamentals of Metallurgy, 2005 9.5.1 Slag–metal mixing. In steelmaking, slag–metal mixing is a very common phenomenon and it occurs due to the shear at the slag–metal interface caused by excessive liquid steel flow. 37 This mixing leads to emulsification of steel in slag, which increases the total interfacial area and consequently the rate of slag–metal reactions.

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Crushing Methods - Harbert's Products, Inc.

Fused S.A.W. Flux/Slag Crushing Unit. The crushing unit used by Harbert's Products Inc. was designed and built by A. Beck Enterprises. It was made specifically to crush S.A.W. slag and produces minimal waste that results in less loss of product. The differences in these crushing methods are …

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CN102329900B - Liquid steel slag dry-process granulating ...

The invention relates to a liquid steel slag dry-process granulating device and a sensible heat recovery method. The liquid steel slag dry-process granulating device comprises a feeding device, a dry-process granulator, a cyclone separator and a sensible heat recovery device, wherein the dry-process granulator, the cyclone separator and the sensible heat recovery device are mutually communicated.

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How To Reduce Dross and Slag During Plasma Cutting ...

Decrease the speed of your cut incrementally until dross in minimized. Lower the torch height incrementally. Boost current, being careful not to exceed 95% of your nozzles AMP rating. 3. Low-Speed Dross and Slag. When your cutting speed is too slow, the plasma arc becomes like an hungry animal, looking for more metal to keep itself alive.

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SHEET METALWORKING

• Cutting and forming thin sheets of metal usually performed as cold working • Sheet metal = 0.4 (1/64) to 6 mm (1/4in) thick • Plate stock > 6 mm thick • Advantage - High strength, good dimensional accuracy, good surface finish, economical mass production (low cost). • Cutting, bending, drawing ε

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2.2. Cutting and Finishing Steel | American Institute of ...

Some of the cutting methods in 2.2.1 result in surfaces that are finished without further treatment; see 2.2.3 and 2.2.4. When this is not the case, the following methods are commonly used to provide finished surfaces: 1. Milling, which is commonly used to bring members to their required length and end finish. 2.

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Waterjet University - What Materials can a Waterjet Cut?

There is no distortion as seen with typical heat cutting methods. Generally, cutting with waterjet costs less than traditional machining or cutting methods. In many cases, no secondary removal of slag or damaged material is necessary, and minimal to no burring is seen. Steels. Inconel, Hastalloy, Waspalloy, Titanium, Aluminum, Stainless etc.

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crush cutting guide - BeltLink

Crush cutting is generally better for slitting very tough materials such as rubber or sand paper, although some lightweight tissue grades, laminates and adhesive materials fair well with this technique. With some lam-inate webs, crush cutting can provide a temporary seal of the multiple layered materials. Crush cutting …

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What Is The Best Way To Cut Steel Plate

It is not unheard of to cut through 36, or even 48 inches of steel using an oxy-fuel torch. However, when it comes to shape cutting from steel plate, the vast majority of work is done on 12 inch thick plate and thinner. When adjusted properly, an oxy-fuel torch delivers a smooth, square cut surface. There is little slag on the bottom edge, and ...

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FACTORS AFFECTING QUALITY IN OXY-FUEL CUTTING

2. For very thin plate cutting (less than or equal to 1/ "), acetylene provides minimum plate distortion and cleanest cut because of high inner BTU and low total BTU. 3. All fuels produce the same quality of cut if adjusted properly on plates between 1/ " and 2" thick. Operating costs will vary however.

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METHOD FOR TREATING SLAG FLOWING FROM A …

1. A method of slag processing after its leaving a metallurgical tank, including conversion of molten slag into solid state with crushing, characterized in that at first the continuous flow of molten slag leaving the tank is divided along the direction of the flow into the separate flows/flow fragments, which are forcedly cooled down during their flowing, and then these flows/flow fragments ...

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