from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The process of cutting the threads of worm-wheels, dies, or chasers with a hob or master tap in a milling-machine or a lathe. See
hob, 3 .
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- verb Present participle of
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Will you be hobbing with the other knobs this Saturday night?
End face milling ensues either through hobbing or face milling.
As both hobbing and end face milling are used for yielding offset faces, the commensurate milling tools are used, namely:
Next door, in a small room to which day and night were the same, Mr. Pascoe was always to be found bending over his hobbing foot, under a tiny yellow fan of gaslight which could be heard making a tenuous shrilling whenever the bootmaker looked up, and ceased riveting.
Striking a match, there was his apron shrouding his hobbing foot.
The woman who looks an unquestionable lady when she's with a polished-up fellow, looks a mere tawdry imitation article when she's hobbing and nobbing with a homely blade.
And it's all very well for Larry Twentyman to be hobbing and nobbing with the likes of them Botseys.
We gladly accepted his kind offer; he had made his bow, and was cruising amongst the smokers, and punch drinkers, where the blue coated masters of the English merchantmen and American skippers, were hobbing and nobbing with the gingham -- coated Dons, for the whole
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