Core box

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(Founding) a box or mold, usually divisible, in which cores are molded.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The core box / pattern plate is milled directly using CAD data, which ensures highly accurate models.
He stumbled against an iron core box and hurt his thigh.
Tickets priced from PS12 to PS16 including a Saturday matinee are available from the Core box office on 0121 704 6962 or 07935 351539.
The diamond drill core is logged and sampled following general industry practices whereby logged and sample marked core is sawn in half, with one-half bagged and tagged for shipment to the assay laboratory and the remaining half of the sawn core returned to the core box for storage and future reference.
As a result, several other major manufacturers are now in discussions to build various models of BBTSolution enabled set top boxes with differing capabilities, from the core box now going into production, to ones limited in function, such as a DTA (digital terminal adapter) as well as those with DVR capability.
Walkden went on: "In our three-year plan we have had a news core box and new machinery.
The core box was realised using the same technology.
Prior to the price cuts announced on slower Power4+ chips, an eight core box using 1.7GHz cores and 16GB of main memory cost $601,488.
facility, incorporates a large 1900 x 900 mm core box on a vertically parted core machine, a key-core machine, a core dipping station and a core wash drying oven.
If this were not the case, trying to remove a core from the core box would tilt the core and result in a blockage.
"The core box business has been good, steady growth," said Smith, "and it's really increased over the last 10 years."