Scarfing

The removal of the surface defects from ingots, blooms, billets and slabs by means of a flame cutting machine.
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Scarfing

A variation of the spot gouging technique which is used to remove surface defects from the surface of steel billets before rolling.
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Scarfing

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Scarf
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Scarfing

Scarfing is a mode of joining tow pieces of timber longitudinally (end to end), by cutting equal portions off the thickness of each, but from opposite sides, so that when brought together and secured by bolts or glue, the joint is of equal thickness and depth as the main pieces.
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