Italian translation: aprire

English term or phrase:pop
Italian translation:aprire
Entered by: Vincenzo Di Maso

16:13 Jan 27, 2020
English to Italian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Patents
English term or phrase: pop
As shown in this figure, the valve stem 212 has been moved into a retracted (opened) position, thus allowing a flow of melt to travel from the primary melt channel 204 to the secondary melt channel 206, as indicated by arrows M. In this embodiment, when the valve stem 212 is moved into the opened position, both of the secondary melt channels 206 will be nearly immediately and equally pressurized, which may allow each of the gates to pop and for melt to pass into the mold cavities 210.
Vincenzo Di Maso
Local time: 11:39
in effetti pop in questo caso sarebbe 'fa saltare', direi meglio aprire.
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Cora Annoni
Local time: 12:39
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grazie, Cora
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Cora Annoni

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in effetti pop in questo caso sarebbe 'fa saltare', direi meglio aprire.

Cora Annoni
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grazie, Cora
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Asker: grazie, Cora. Aggiungo altro contesto. It should be appreciated that a plug of solidified molding material blown or pushed out of a gate is also known as a “plug blow” or a “gate pop.”

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