Definitions for "Trimming"
Technique that consists in cutting the margins in order to make the sheets even.
cutting down to the desired size or shape
Cleaning of page edges by cutting off using hand or powered guillotine
Keywords:  trompe, oeil, triptych
Triptych Trompe l oeil
Frame round any opening in floors, roofs, ceilings or walls.
The process of removing all excess plastic, such as flash, gates and runners, from the part after it has been ejected from the mold.
Veneer is rough-trimmed lengthwise to remove defects and to make the veneer suitable for bundling and shipping.
the action of getting your model to fly straight and level without your thumbs touching the sticks of the transmitter. More details here.
To make very small adjustments from transmitter on any servo which controls any control surface. Report this Word Added by: Turk1
Su, Sk. Adjusting a board to get maximum speed and a good line on a wave. In skating, trimming follows a line downhill.
That which serves to trim, make right or fitting, adjust, ornament, or the like; especially, the necessary or the ornamental appendages, as of a garment; hence, sometimes, the concomitants of a dish; a relish; -- usually in the plural.
a decoration or adornment on a garment; "the trimming on a hat"; "the trim on a shirt"
The trimming of the head, tail and foredge of a book block
The process by which the pages of a book, brochure or magazine are smoothed or evened out. The three unbound sides of a publication are usually trimmed, though in the adhesive binding process, all four sides are trimmed. Trimming also separates the individual pages, so that the book or brochure can be opened.
The act of one who trims.
The act of reprimanding or chastisting; as, to give a boy a trimming.
the act of adding decoration; "the children had to be in bed before it was time for the trimming of the tree"
Adding or subtracting numbers from the timecode at the edit point to make the edit occur earlier or later than originally planned. To precisely define the In and Out points of a scene.
Keywords:  limbing, see
See limbing.
a. from Trim, v.