- v. To grind again.
“Thomas Register turned up a long list of companies that do recycled plastic in the US; many of them sell ground-up ( "regrind") polycarbonate and ABS for less than a dollar a pound, some as little as 60 cents per pound.”
“He'll sell one nail, the latest in kitchen appliances or regrind a spade.”
“The Nike regrind material, installed by Ace Surfaces can also be used for indoor and outdoor sports facilities.”
“Does anyone know of an economical way to regrind this stuff?”
“I need to get a regrind that is no larger than 3mm and goes all the way down to shreds.”
“One of my problems is that the only regrind that I can get locally is too large.”
“This mark characterizes the size of the regrind, because the cutting edge has to be set back during sharpening so far that the wear mark disappears; wear mark for steel cutting edges s”
“The profile will wear down with use, and it is necessary to regrind it from time to time.”
“Special purpose edge dressing machines are available to help regrind knives.”
“These middlings contained the choicest part of the flour producing part of the berry, but owing to the dirt, germ, and other impurities mixed with them, it was impossible to regrind them except for a low grade flour.”
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