Definition of Chatter mark
1. Noun. Marks on a glaciated rock caused by the movement of a glacier.
2. Noun. A mark made by a chattering tool on the surface of a workpiece.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Chatter Mark
Literary usage of Chatter mark
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bulletin by Geological Society of America (1906)
"An approximate understanding of the glacial chatter-mark is easily reached, because the phenomenon is intimately related to the chatter- mark of the ..."
2. Hardening, Tempering, Annealing and Forging of Steel: A Treatise on the by Joseph Vincent Woodworth (1902)
"... one blade will jump into the space or chatter mark made by the blade in advance of it. Another serious fault with any reamer, either straight or taper, ..."
3. Transactions by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1912)
"dull the cutter, even if it did not make a chatter mark, while a narrower land would have the tendency to produce a scratchy finish. 40 In Fig. ..."
4. Proceedings of the Engineers' Club of Philadelphia by Engineers Club of Philadelphia (1886)
"... a tool of the right shape was used to scrape out the thread. By this means was obtained threads with scarcely a perceptible chatter mark in them. ..."
5. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Mines (1920)
"Ross, 135 Missouri, p. 110) 2. Loost-ly used in Missouri for tailings or waste product from the concentration of lead and zinc ore. chatter mark. ..."
6. Precision Grinding by H. Darbyshire (1907)
"Speed of Work— adjustment of, as cure for chatter mark production, 57. how to decide on, 80-1. in relation to— chatter marks, 55. Finish, 39, 40, 79. ..."