Definition of die-sinker in English:

die-sinker

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noun

A person who engraves dies used to stamp designs on coins or medals.
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  • There is only one shop close by that has a die-sinker and even though he is a nice guy he doesn't always have the time.
  • Was one of his designs sent to the Melbourne die-sinkers along with the Trophy of Arms design, for final design sketches?

Derivatives

die-sinking

noun
More example sentences
  • This process solves the problem of manufacturing accurate complex shaped electrodes for die-sinking of three dimensional cavities.
  • Our technology makes die-sinking twice as fast by optimizing removal with 3-stage smart flushing to completely eject molten material from the cavity and burn more virgin material every time.

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