grinding-wheel love


from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A wheel adapted for grinding or polishing.


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  • If you had used your head instead of your sword-arm, the defiler of Eldran's beloved daughter would now be shackled in the dungeons, listening to the sounds of the headsman's grinding-wheel as he sharpened his ax.

    Conan The Hunter

  • A grinding-wheel and valve-facing machine stood at one end, a little filing and sawing machine at the other.

    Pied Piper

  • In 1902 Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing was founded when five businessmen set out to mine a mineral deposit for grinding-wheel abrasives.

  • The advantages of this combination include more efficient dressing cycles that lead to more consistent CBN grinding-wheel performance, increased intervals between dresses, resulting in longer grinding wheel life, improved longevity of the dressing tool itself and total elimination of the need to change out the dressing tool for reconditioning.

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  • The Haas CB production machine has a general capacity to handle blades of up to approximately 1,000mm in length and its automatic tool changer allows for milling heads, grinding-wheel sets and belt linishing heads to be automatically changed at will to combine all necessary machining processes in one fully automatic operation.

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  • The spindle accepts wheels of up to 300mm in diameter from the CB's automated tool changer, which stores the necessary number of milling cutters, grinding-wheel sets and belt linishing heads.

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  • Conan developed into buffed-man Conan by pushing a big-arse grinding-wheel around in circles for a few years (that's such a bad-ass scene!).

    Straight to the Bar - Blogs

  • "In 1786, the first steam-engine grinding-wheel was established.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 14, No. 404, December 12, 1829

  • 3M got its start in 1902 in Two Harbors, Minn., by five businessmen interested in mining a mineral deposit for grinding-wheel abrasives. rss feed

  • Throws out a rotary beam and works like a grinding-wheel, or a buzz-saw. "

    The Cosmic Computer


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