A frame used in making paper yourself to make report pulp into sheets of a desired dimensions.
A deckle edge.
A paper-making tool which restricts the pulp, and therefore the dimensions of the ensuing paper.
The fattier point-cut end of a brisket of meat.
A separate slim wood frame accustomed form the edge of a hand mold, or a curb of India rubber or other product which rests on, and forms the side of, the mildew in a paper machine and determines the width of paper.
In paper-making: at hand paper-making, a rectangular frame laid upon the line mold which the paper-pulp is put, to confine it within the limitations of the required measurements of sheet; in machine paper-making, a belt of linen and caoutchoue put on either side of the apron, to keep the pulp from distributing out laterally and making the report larger than is desired.
The rough or raw edge of report; especially, the ragged edge of handmade report, made by the deckle.
(report creating) a-frame used to develop paper pulp into sheets
rough edge remaining by a deckle on handmade paper or produced artificially on machine-made paper