from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A mill in which iron bars or plates are slit into nail-rods, etc.
- n. In gem-cutting, a circular disk of thin sheet-iron revolving on a lathe, which, with its sides and edge charged with diamond-dust and lubricated with oil, is used by lapidaries to slit gems and other hard substances. Also called slitting-disk, slicer.
- n. A gang saw-mill, used for resawing lumber for making blind-slats, fence-pickets, etc. Compare slitting-saw.
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