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A long, narrow opening, incision, or aperture.


A narrow opening.

dorsal slit

A surgical procedure to make the foreskin of the penis easily retractable. The foreskin is cut in the dorsal midline but not far enough to extend into the mucous membrane next to the glans.

vestibular slit

The opening between the left and right ventricular folds of the larynx.
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Because we use the machine for our own internal purposes, customers can be confident in the consistent quality of our slitting service," he says.
Having tackled format flexibility upstream in the sheeting process through rapid automated reel changes and push-button variations in slitting width, sheeting equipment manufacturers have focused on introducing solutions that allow the mill to make frequent changes to cut-off length in the shortest possible time.
Contact a Biltrite Industries Sales Representative at either of our locations to discuss your custom rubber mixing, calendering, slitting and compounding requirements at: Toronto, Canada 1-800-565-5875 or Findlay, Ohio 1-800-677-3578
The slitting line is among the largest in the western United States and is capable of slitting steel up to .
The model 334 is equipped for cored and coreless slitting and rewinding on various mandrel sizes for a range of interior diameters.
The problem was the part needed to be more consistent and the inspection completed as quickly as the slitting operation.
the state-of-the-art steel processing plant in Port Ambridge Industrial Park, Ambridge, PA, just completed a record first quarter and is proceeding with the installation of a heavy gauge hot-rolled slitting line in conjunction with Danieli Wean.
0318mm) slitting for Point Technologies' tungsten Accelerator(TM) Microarray Spotting Pins.
Dienes began supplying slitting components to the paper and converting industries in 1913.
During INDEX08 Edelmann Technology presented the newest technology for in-line slitting and winding.