Clothes, sheets, etc., that need to be or have just been ironed
garments (clothes or linens) that are to be (or have been) ironed; "there was a basketful of ironing to do"
the work of using heat to smooth washed clothes in order to remove any wrinkles
(ironed) (of linens or clothes) smoothed with a hot iron
Ironing is the work of using a heated tool, or tools, (an iron) to remove wrinkles from fabric. The heating is commonly done to a temperature of 100°Celsius. Ironing works by loosening the bonds between the long-chain polymer molecules in the fibers of the material. ...
In metalworking, specifically in the process of sheet metal forming, ironing refers to the process of uniformly thinning the workpiece in a specific area. ...
The act of pressing clothes with an iron; Laundry that has been washed and is ready to be ironed; Laundry that has recently been ironed
To dream of ironing, denotes domestic comforts and orderly business. If a woman dreams that she burns her hands while ironing, it foretells she will have illness or jealousy to disturb her peace. ...
moving a hot iron while it has contact with fabric. Often ironing can stretch and distort fabrics and seams. A better alternative is to press, where you just lay the hot iron down and lift straight up from the fabric.
Forming between dies whose side wall clearance is less than the sheet metal thickness, such that a thinning action occurs. ...
A process in which the wall thickness of the shell is reduced without changing the O.D. of the shell (cartridge case work for example).
An operation used to increase the length of a tube or cup through reduction of wall thickness and outside diameter, the inner diameter remaining unchanged.
Thinning the walls of deep drawn parts by reducing clearance between punch and die.
The iron is a pretty mundane item and a generally despised chore. Feeling a little like Cinderella, you may be wondering if your life will ever be exciting. The iron can also be a symbol of conflict or servitude if the ironing is not for ones own benefit.
Metallic patches on a glaze surface, caused by saturation of cobalt oxide.
The process of using heat and pressure to smooth a fabric, using an iron.