hot metal

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hot metal

n. Printing
Type cast from molten metal.

hot metal

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding)
a. metallic type cast into shape in the molten state
b. (as modifier): hot-metal printing.
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I was passable enough when I went with the tinker, though nothing to boast of then; but what with blowing the fire with my mouth when I was young, and spileing my complexion, and singeing my hair off, and swallering the smoke, and what with being nat'rally unfort'nate in the way of running against hot metal and marking myself by sich means, and what with having turn-ups with the tinker as I got older, almost whenever he was too far gone in drink--which was almost always--my beauty was queer, wery queer, even at that time.
There was in it the smell of hot metal, of oil, and a slight mist of steam.
The smell of hot metal remained to assure us that the light was still there, ready to flash out at a moment's notice.
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Westmoreland, NH, USA Polyonics XF-610 is a double coated 5 mil polyimide hang-tag material that can both survive hot metals processing temperatures and be thermal transfer printed on both sides.
Julie Booras always wanted to make jewelry, but was a little intimidated by working with hot metals and never really had an opportunity to do so.
Smelter workers are exposed to many hazards, most notably smelting furnaces and hot metals.
Yes, Studio 54 is back but this time the hot metals are not confined to disco dollies: wear your gold and silver with pride (and quickly, as it's not a look that'll be around come Christmas).
Many scientists argue that any release of hot metals into the product stream is a serious health hazard.
The DOE accidentally released two hot metal items and claimed they had been thoroughly checked for radiation contamination.