from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A cutting-tool for stone or rock, made of an endless band of three or more hard wires made into a strand passing over pulleys which are driven like those of a band-saw. The stone is fed to the moving band, while a feed of sand and water is led into the groove as the band cuts into it.


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