prepunch

prepunch

(priːˈpʌntʃ)
vb (tr)
to pierce with holes in advance
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CDI has successfully engaged in prepunch validation testing with pharmaceutical customers.
When starting to engrave, prepunch all star locations with a sharp awl or machinist's punch and a light tap from a hammer.
The single prepunched plug of agar (3 mm) with actively growing fungal mycelium was placed (fungus-side-towards wound) in the wound in each seedling.
The prepunched harness straps were aligned with the rivet between the jaws.
You can buy main line with prepunched emitter holes or punch your own holes and install in-line emitters.
The patients in the splint group received Reuter-type fluoroplastic bivalve intranasal septal splints with prepunched holes of standard 0.50-mm thickness (Medtronic; Jacksonville, Fla.).
The materials are embossed on prepunched, 29-by-29.21-centimeter paper using a Braille 200 embosser machine, then cut and bound on a Burster binding machine, both on loan from RBI.
Push one needle through the first prepunched hole (called the pilot hole).
Each badge and tag has a slot prepunched for attaching the clip or lanyard.
We wash and reuse the tubes, providing each group of students with at least 16 prepunched tubes, allowing for four or more time points with n = 4 replicates.