crimp

(redirected from crimping)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

crimp

(krĭmp) [ AS. gecrympan, to curl]
To bind or mold with applied pressure; to crease.

crimp

a regular wave formation of small dimensions, e.g. the crimp of wool fibers epitomized in the Merino breed and its derivatives.

crimp marks
marks made by wrinkling the x-ray film while holding it between the fingers.
References in periodicals archive ?
If the crimping die is screwed into the die plate too far it will provide a roll crimp on the .
Capable of handling up to 35 trays per minute, a single lane IXIA Crimping system replaces the three or four people it normally takes to manually crimp aluminium packs at the same speeds.
Andrew says as well as Christina Aguilera and Tyra Banks, one woman who has mastered crimping chic is BBC Radio One presenter Fearne Cotton.
The third has a smooth drum attached to a crimping bar that mashes the rye down as the machine moves forward.
Hardinge routinely designs and makes crimping collets and other unique specials.
You just need a crimping machine, a decent pit and a tractor loader or JCB to dig it out and that's it.
Particular care in filling and crimping is necessary to guarantee good functioning of the airless package.
I expect straightening will have more lasting power than crimping.
The latest design of the Lynx2 Splice Connector eliminates the need for crimping, making splice connectorizations easier and more cost effective for customized FTTx, outside plant, and inside plant field terminations.
Tenders are invited for Set Of Connector,Contacts And Crimping Tool For Alsthom Make Si Unit Consisting Of:-1 Contacts Female Part No.
This creates more consistent crimping and, in autoloaders, more consistent headspacing.
Fabco-Air's newly released 300 Series pneumatic power crimping tools offers high force crimping that perform many manufacturing functions with reliable precision.