chatter mark definition

  • noun:
    • A riblike tagging on metal or wood, caused by vibration of a cutting device.
    • Geology among a series of brief scars created by glacial drift on a surface of bedrock.
    • marks on a glaciated rock caused by the movement of a glacier
    • a mark produced by a chattering device on the surface of a workpiece
    • A riblike tagging on wood or metal, brought on by vibration of a cutting device.
    • Geology One of a few brief scars created by glacial drift on a surface of bedrock.
    • markings on a glaciated rock due to the movement of a glacier
    • a mark created by a chattering device on the surface of a workpiece
  • others:
    • one of several fine undulations or ripples that are formed at first glance of work by a cutting tool which chatters.
    • A short break on a rock surface planed smooth by a glacier.
    • one of several good undulations or ripples which are created on top of work by a cutting tool which chatters.
    • a brief break on a rock area planed smooth by a glacier.

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