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(engineering acoustics)
Removing material from the surface of a disk recording medium to obtain a new recording surface.
(mechanical engineering)
Cutting off a thin layer from the surface of a workpiece.
Trimming uneven edges from stampings, forgings, and tubing.



in gear cutting, the finishing of untempered teeth on gear wheels by cutting thin chips with a shaver. Gear shaving is carried out on gear-shaving machines. It produces surfaces with an accuracy up to class 6 and a surface roughness up to class 8.

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The introduction of the platinum coated shaver foil vastly improved the quality and protection of the shave, allowing dry shaving to compete with wet for the first time.
Table 10: Below 30 Years Population as a Percentage of Total Population for Key Regions: 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-25 Issues Confronting the Shaving Products Sector II-25 Environmental Considerations/Threats II-25 Packaging Waste Regulations II-26 Shaving Products Definition and Classification II-26 Pre-Shave Products II-26 Shaving Lotions II-26 Shaving Creams II-26 Post-Shave Products II-26 Razors/Blades II-26 Razor Handles II-27 Razor Blades (Refills) II-27 Disposable Razors II-27 Electric Shavers II-27 Shaving Accessories & Others II-27 Shaving Techniques II-28 Wet Shaving II-28 Dry Shaving II-28 Side Effects of Shaving II-28 Cuts II-28 Razor Burn II-29 Razor Bumps II-29
Market Analysis III-38 Demand for Men's Shaving Products Witnesses Steady Growth III-38 Competitive Pricing Scenario Limits Profitability III-38 Minimal Impact of Recession on the Market for Hair Removal Products III-38 Women are Key Customers for Men's Electric Shavers III-38 Majority Men Associate Dry Shaving with Irritation and Less Efficiency III-39 Aggressive Marketing Captures Men's Attention III-39 Babyliss - A Key Uk Player III-39 B.
dry shaving, the stats confirm that a smooth face is the winning style for Nick Swisher.