A kourbash is a strip of old hippo-hide with a sort of keel on it, like the cutting edge
of a boar's tusk.
"I am tremendously excited to join the Cutting Edge
HC Advisory Board," said Gerry LoDuca.
Cutting Edge HC said the addition of RTG to the Cutting Edge
family gives offers a high quality, brand product portfolio to complement some of the unique technologies that are currently under development in one of the company's initial groups of chronic condition areas of focus--respiratory care.
It is especially used in the cutting edge
preparation of cutting tools.
The values of the cutting edge
width b were registered optically, using the optical microscope (Nicon Eclipse E 200) with digital video camera (Lumenera Infinity 1).
To those who are familiar only with conventional twist drills, the first and most striking feature of a gundrill is the shape and location of the cutting edge
of the tool.
Lineage XLC by FS Tool achieves this by protecting an isolated part of the cutting edge
, the back, and controlling the natural erosion of the cutting point.
Merriam, "At The Cutting Edge
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Thermal conductivity is low, making it difficult for cutting heat to escape, this results in high temperatures at the cutting edge
, and the risk of plastic deformation.
This design keeps the cutting edge
free of debris and reduces wear on the carbide for longer life and better performance than conventional carbide tipped straight bits, Freud adds.
Because of a combination of mechanical and thermal properties of the jet, coolant is applied through the tooling nozzle at high pressure close to the cutting edge
, cooling the work area and producing smaller, hard, brittle chips.
"The cutting edge
in their team certainly comes from him.
Staying on the cutting edge
of dance music is tough in the 21st century.