etch

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الإنجليزية - التركية
dağla
asitle oymak
aşındırmak
aşındarmak
asitle üzerine resim oymak
asitle maden üzerine resim oymak
hakketmek
{f} yeretmek
kazı

Olay onun hafızasına kazınmıştı. - The incident was etched in his memory.

{f} kabartma yapmak
asitle yakmak
{f} iz bırakmak
{f} (desen hakketmek için) (madeni bir yüzeyi) asitle oymak
{f} oymak
madeni veya başka bir levhayı asitle yakarak resim kalıbı çıkarmak
asitle yak,dağla
{f} asitle hakketmek
yer etmek
yakmak
haketmek
etch test
dağlama deneyi
etch a design on
asitle oyarak (madeni bir yüzeye) desen hakketmek
etch primer
(Havacılık) prima dağlama maddesi
etcher
hakkak
etched
çürümüş
etched
yüzeyi muntazam olmayan
etched
muntazam olmayan
etched
yüzeyi çürümüş
etched
yüzeyi aşınmış
etching
yedirme
etching
dağlama
etching
ıslak kazı
etching
ofort
etching
(Mekanik) asitle aşındırma
etching
oyma
etching
Metal yüzeyleri asit ile aşındırma işlemi

The wafer serves as the substrate for microelectronic devices built in and over the wafer and undergoes many microfabrication process steps such as doping or ion implantation, etching, deposition of various materials, and photolithographic patterning.

etcher
oymacı
etcher
kazıyıcı
etching
gravür
etching
asitle yapılmış oyma
etching
ofor
etching
oymabaskı
etching
azot asidi ile madeni levhayı aşındırmak suretiyle yapılan bir hak usulü
etching
{i} asitle oyulmuş resim
etching
bu levha ile basılmış resimveya yazı
etching
kazı
etching
kazıma
etching
(Nükleer Bilimler) kimyasal aşındırma,dağlama
etching
bu levha
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To engrave a surface (especially of metal or glass) in order to produce a printing pattern
To make a lasting impression

The memory of 9/11 is etched into my mind.

{v} to mark out prints with aquafortis
make an etching of
An intaglio process in which an image is cut through an acid-resistant ground applied to a metal plate Acid is used to bite this image into the plate top
{f} cut, corrode (with an acid); engrave, carve out (with an acid); impress clearly (figurative or literal)
If a line or pattern is etched into a surface, it is cut into the surface by means of acid or a sharp tool. You can also say that a surface is etched with a line or pattern. Crosses were etched into the walls The acid etched holes in the crystal surface Windows are etched with the vehicle identification number The stained-glass panels are etched and then handpainted using traditional methods
A variant of Eddish
To remove a small, dark imperfection in a print or negative by scraping away part of the emulsion
A chemically caused change on the outside of a smooth floor surface which causes the floor to be pitted or rough
To subject to etching; to draw upon and bite with acid, as a plate of metal
(n) - A roughened surface produced by a chemical or electrochemical means
The process of producing an image on a plate by the use of acid
To produce an image on a printing plate by chemical or electrolytic action
To practice etching; to make etchings
(n)A roughened surface produced by a chemical or electrochemical means
A chemical process used to selectively remove parts of an integrated circuit during fabrication
To use chemicals to carve an image into metal, glass or film
an image cut into metal, glass or film by abrasive chemicals
To produce a textured finish on metal or glass by the corrosive action of an acid or other etchant
To sketch; to delineate
to produce as a pattern on a hard service by eating into the material's surface as with acid or a laser beam
The process of removing material from a wafer (such as oxides or other thin films) by chemical, electrolytic or plasma (ion bombardment) means
In photoengraving, to produce an image on a plate by chemical or electrolytic action In offset-lithography, an acidified gum solution used to desensitize the nonprinting areas of the plate; also, an acid solution added to the fountain water to help keep nonprinting areas of the plate free of ink
To create a design by cutting the surface of finished glass with a tool or treating it with acid
A process using a chemical bath (wet etch) or a plasma (dry etch) that removes unwanted substances from the wafer surface
To use chemicals to carve an image into plates and film or an acid solution used to desensitize the non-printing areas of the plate
To produce, as figures or designs, on mental, glass, or the like, by means of lines or strokes eaten in or corroded by means of some strong acid
Prepare the surface by chemical means to improve the adhesion of coatings
etched
Simple past tense and past participle of etch
etching
Present participle of etch
etching
The art of producing an image from a metal plate into which an image or text has been etched with acid
etching
Etching is the process of using strong acid to cut into the unprotected parts of a metal surface to create a design in intaglio in the metal (the original process - in modern manufacturing other chemicals may be used on other types of material). As an intaglio method of printmaking, it is, along with engraving, the most important technique for old master prints, and remains widely used today
etched
Very crisp and sharply outlined, focused to an almost excessive degree
etched
{s} engraved, carved out (with an acid)
etched
- a type of stein decoration with uniformly colored design areas distinctively incised with black outlining
etched
An artwork imprint method where an image is covered with a protective coating that resists acid The image is then exposed, leaving bare metal and protected metal The acid attacks only the exposed metal, leaving the image etched onto the surface
etched
past of etch
etched
Cut or dug into the surface as by etching
etched
This term properly applies to designs created by removing material, whether by grinding, engraving, acid, diamond point or other means, most often done on glass The term is also commonly used to refer to steins where the design is formed in an outline appearing to be incised into the body Technically, since these lines are formed as part of a molding process, they should not be called etched
etched
cut or impressed into a surface; "an incised design"; "engraved invitations"
etcher
{i} one who etches
etcher
someone who etches
etcher
A person who etches
etches
third-person singular of etch
etching
A printing method popular during the 17th Century, in which a metal plate is covered with an acid resistant material and the artist scratches an image into the plate with an etching needle When the exposed metal is eaten away in an acid bath, it creates depressed lines that are later inked for printing Each etching is an original print because it is pulled directly from the plate on which the artist has created the image What is a Giclee? Click here for a full detailed description
etching
A design carried out by means of the above process; a pattern on metal, glass, etc
etching
{i} process of creating an image on metal or other surfaces by means of an acid; print taken from an etched plate (i.e. on paper)
etching
a print made by coating a metal plate with wax and drawing through this wax down to the metal The plate is put in an acid bath which eats into the lines; it is then heated to dissolve the wax and finally inked and printed on paper
etching
A metal plate usually copper or zinc is etched using various acids or mordands, Instead of cutting lines onto the plate, the artist covers the plate with a acid-resistant ground and then draws through that ground, with special sharp tools, exposing the plate where the design is to be The plate is then immersed in an acid bath which bites into the plate where the protective coating has been removed These bitten areas are what will hold ink
etching
removal of material from a substrate, usually with potassium hydroxide (wet etching,) or with a stream of gas or plasma particles (dry etching)
etching
See Etch, v
etching
Subjecting the surface of a metal to preferential chemical or electrolytic attack to reveal structural details In metallography, the process of revealing structural details by the preferential attack of reagents on a metal surface
etching
making engraved or etched plates and printing designs from them
etching
Marks are made through an acid-resistant coating on the plate, after which the plate is bitten in a chemical bath to etch the image into the metal
etching
An etching is a picture printed from a metal plate that has had a design cut into it with acid. a picture made by printing from an etched metal plate. Method of engraving in which lines or textures are bitten, or etched, into a metal plate, usually copper, with acid. The image produced has a spontaneity of line that comes from drawing on the plate in the same direct way as with pen or pencil on paper. The first etchings date from the early 16th century, but the basic principle had been used earlier for the decoration of armour. Among the pioneers of the medium were Albrecht Altdorfer, Albrecht Dürer, and Parmigianino; the greatest of all etchers was Rembrandt. In the 20th century, etching was especially popular for book illustration. See also aquatint; engraving
etching
an impression made from an etched plate
etching
(1) The art of producing a depressed design on a metal plate by cutting lines through a wax coating and then applying corrosive acid that removes the metal under the lines (2) The impression or image made from such a plate by ink that fills the design Compare engraving, woodcut
etching
An impression on paper, parchment, or other material, taken in ink from an etched plate
etching
I will use this term to describe stain that is embedded with the glass that will not be affected by a professional tumble without dramatically over cleaning the bottle At times, cleaned bottles will have patches of "etching" on the interior that no longer appear "stained" though they are apparent upon close inspection The differences between etching, ground wear, and case wear are often indistinguishable and I would use more than just the words to explain the "problem" - if it is a problem
etching
Etching is a process in which an artist incises the lines of the desired image on to an acid-resistant layer of a metal plate This metal plate is then placed in an acid bath, which cuts the incised lines into the plate The artist then rolls ink over the plate, letting it seep into the crevices and wiping it off the flat, raised surface The ink from within the etched lines creates the image when the artist presses a piece of paper to the metal
etching
A print made by coating a copper plate with an acid-resistant resin and drawing through this ground, exposing the metal with a sharp instrument called a stylus The plate is bathed in acid, which eats into the lines; it is then heated to remove the resin, and finally inked and printed on paper
etching
The process of rendering an image upon a metal plate by using nitric or other acid to dissolve portions of the metal surface The image is transferred to paper in much the same manner as a dry point Properly called a "print" or "proof" the resulting copy is more commonly called an etching
etching
an etched plate made with the use of acid
etching
An intaglio process in which an image is scratched through an acid-resistant coating on a metal plate The plate is then dipped in acid which eats into the exposed surface
etching
An intaglio process in which an acid-resistant ground is applied to a metal p0late, usually copper or zinc, and an image is cut into the ground by the artist using an etching needle or another tool to expose the metal of the plate Acid is then applied to bit the plate, eating away the exposed lines The time the plate is exposed to the acid as well as temperature determines the depth of the lines When the plate is inked, covered with the dampened paper, and run through an etching press, the pressure of the press forces the paper into the etched lines of the drawing and ink is transferred to the paper This results in an impression or print of the image on the plate
etching
The product to be imaged is coated with a resist (a protective coating that resists the acid) An image is exposed on the resist, usually photographically, leaving bare metal and protected metal The acid attacks the exposed metal thus leaving the image etched into the surface of the metal Very fine lines can be reproduced by this process and the only tooling is a piece of film, so spec samples are easily-made
etching
An Intaglio technique The surface of the metal plate is coated with an acid-resistant varnish The artist then creates an image by scraping away areas of the varnish When the plate is dipped in acid, these exposed areas are dissolved In printing, ink gathers in the recessed areas and produces an image in reverse when pressed against dampened paper For etching, see Picasso, Untitled: 1er Avril 1968
etching
an etched plate made with the use of acid an impression made from an etched plate
etching
A metal plate, usually copper or zinc is etched using various acids or mordants Instead of cutting directly onto the plate, the artist covers the plate with acid-resistant ground and then draws on the plate, with special sharp tools, to remove the ground where the design is to be The plate is then immersed in an acid bath which bites into the plate where the protective covering has been removed Areas that are corroded, or bitten, are what will hold ink
etching
A metal plate is first covered with an acid-resistant ground, then worked with an etching needle The metal exposed by the needle is "eaten" in an acid bath, creating the recessed image
etching
A form of intaglio, "etching" is often used synonymously with "intaglio " A metal plate (zinc or copper) is covered with an acid-resistant ground, on which a design is scratched with a variety of sharp tools The plate is then immersed in an acid bath, and the acid eats away (bites, etches) the areas exposed where the resinous ground has been scratched away The longer a plate has been left in the acid, the deeper and hence darker the etched areas become The plate may be inked and impressions pulled from it, as above
etching
The act, art, or practice of engraving by means of acid which eats away lines or surfaces left unprotected in metal, glass, or the like
etching
Printing technique in which a metal plate is first covered with an acid-resistant Material, then worked with an etching needle to create an intaglio image The exposed metal is eaten away in an acid bath, creating depressed lines that are later inked for printing This technique was thought to have been developed by Daniel Hopfer (1493-1536) Etching surpassed engraving as the most popular graphic art during the active years of Rembrandt and Hercules Segher in the 17th century, and it remains one of the most versatile and subtle printing techniques today
etching
An intaglio technique whereby marks are bitten into the metal plate by chemical action The plate is coated with a ground (either hard or softground) impervious to acid through which the artist draws to expose the metal The plate is then immersed in an acid bath until the open lines of areas are sufficiently bitten Finally, the ground is removed and the plate inked and printed Etching is commonly used in combination with drypoint, aquatint, and other intaglio processes
etching
chemical surface corrosion, usually conducted in a controlled fashion on a polished surface of a material sample to reveal details of the microstructure
etching
(n) The method of creating patterns, typically in metal, using chemical processes In the electronics industry, etching is used to remove conductive material, usually copper, from printed circuit boards to create wiring patterns The wiring pattern is printed on the board in a chemically resistant ink, and the rest of the conductive material is then dissolved away in a chemical bath
etching
produced by etching
etching
The image created by this process
etching
A process in which a copper shell is slowly revolved in an acid bath
etching
- a variation of engraving in which acid is used to bite into the surface of a metal plate The metal plate is firstly covered with a layer of wax and resin (the ground), which the etcher can then draw into with a metal point, thus exposing the plate beneath The plate is then immersed in a bath of acid, which bites into the metal through the exposed lines Once the remaining ground is removed, the plate is inked and pressed in the same way as an engraving The depth of the etched line, and therefore its darkness when printed, can be altered depending on the length of time it is exposed to the acid
etching
An intaglio method in which the lines are bitten by acid The plate is coated with an acid-resistant material (ground) through which the artist draws lines that expose the metal The plate is immersed in acid until the lines are bitten into the plate The ground is removed before the plate is inked for printing See ground
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