### Lofting

Lofting is a drafting technique (sometimes using mathematical tables) whereby curved lines are generated, to be used in plans for streamlined objects such as aircraft and boats. The lines may be drawn on wood and the wood then cut for advanced woodworking. The technique can be as simple as bending a flexible object, such as a long strip of thin wo...
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### Lofting

The technique used to convert a scaled drawing to full size used in boat construction.
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### Lofting

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Loft
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### Lofting

[bowling] Lofting (by a bowler) in bowling is throwing a bowling ball more than a short distance down the lane. This is usually done with the bounce pass technique, but can also be done with a straight ball. Lofting is looked down upon by the bowling community and bowling alley employees because of the damage to the ball and lanes. Many bow...
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### Lofting

A modelling technique in which a continuous three-dimensional surface is created by selecting and joining multiple two-dimensional cross sections or profiles.

### lofting

Design or fabrication of a complex aircraft component, as with sheet metal, using actual-size patterns or plans, generally laid out on a floor. The term was borrowed from boat builders.
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### lofting

Design or fabrication of a complex aircraft component, as with sheet metal, using actual-size patterns or plans, generally laid out on a floor. The term was borrowed from boat builders.
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### Lofting

Design or fabrication of a complex aircraft component, as with sheet metal, using actual-size patter
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### lofting

Lofting is the process of drawing the hull lines full size from the designer
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### lofting

See Lofting
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### Lofting

The technique used to convert a scaled drawing to full size used in boat construction.
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### Lofting

Throwing the ball onto the lane well beyond the foul line; can cause damage to the lane if excessive
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### Lofting

Throwing the ball well out onto the lane rather than rolling it.