While on first consideration, it may sound like multi-support grates would be better on wear, they are generally thinner than bridge grates and actually tend to wear away
more quickly, Schwartz says.
Among the cited benefits of these materials are that because they are moldable, there can be light-weight part designs created; conventional thermoplastic molding and forming equipment can be used; the conductive materials are present throughout the part and therefore won't wear away
as can happen if, say, antistatic coatings are used.
As these structures wear away
, fresh new cutting edges are continuously exposed, providing uniform cuts and consistent, predictable finishes throughout the belt's extended life.
To true up a grindstone, hold a round, soft iron rod across it, while the stone is turned, just close enough to wear away
Soto notes that dental resins also wear away
in time and are ingested.
We use different types of materials to protect and not to wear away
The inexpensive and easy-to-apply polymer/ceramic-based coating contains no TBT (tributyl tin) or VOCs (volatile organic chemicals), and does not ablate or wear away
Caroline Douglas by email ZENA SAYS: The colour runs right through the blade, so it won't chip or wear away
and they can be sharpened, too.
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