Gouge

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Gouge

In numismatics, a significant scratch or other blemish on a coin, usually more than normal wear and tear. This may affect the coin's value for collectors.
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The ERP and VLRS fittings for repairing butt fusion joints or severe pipeline gouges will provide the following benefits:
The patch can also be used as a repair for pipes that have small-size defects or gouges.
Relief carving is usually done with full size gouges and a mallet.
makes tools with fixed handles, and blades and gouges that fit into a handle made to take a variety of tools.
Todd Tibbetts, a Republican candidate for the Georgia State Senate, doesn't like price gougers, especially those who take advantage of the current gasoline shortage and gouge consumers by unfairly hiking prices at the pump.
A point load of up to 50kg (110lb) simulates a sharp protrusion, such as a rock, attempting to gouge the coating surface.
Users can check for gouges during the simulation rather than having to wait until the end for a status report.
Rapidprove software automatically identifies gouges, rest material and rapid-feed clashes in a machining operation and displays them to the user in simple text and graphical formats.
Errors are represented visually by color banding, with stronger areas of color representing deeper gouges or greater rest material.