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grooving

1. slang Dancing. Look at that older couple just grooving in the middle of the dance floor—they're adorable.
2. slang Having a good time. We're just hanging out and grooving—come join us!
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grooving

mod. enjoying; being cool and laid back. Look at those guys grooving in front of the television set.
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Often a wide grooving insert is not used due to the increased tool pressure and the resulting tendency to generate chatter.
Grooving a suction roll cover also provides a more compliant surface to the cover, which compensates for irregularities in the web, the felt, and the mating roll.
But causes of grooving in these and other remains are poorly understood, they caution.
For the mills, the cooling surface has been taken as that of one roll and for the transfer-mix as that defined by the radii of the smoothed surfaces on the internal and the external component, without taking into account the additional surface formed by grooving.
Tenders are invited for Supply of face grooving tool holder.
As grooving is predominately a forming operation, tool pressure and chip build up can be minimized by the automatic relief move built into this routine.