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diamond point

[′dī·mənd ‚pȯint]
(design engineering)
A cutting tool with a diamond tip.
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Diamond point is a general-purpose point for wood use.
After focusing the test object with the microscope optics, the diamond point was swung on top of it.
Diamond Point Co-Development Fund is a royalty-based fund started by Robert Manasier and In Focus Brands that creates more flexibility during the startup phase and focuses on delivering funding and resources to execute to a branded plan for proof of concept or launch stage companies.
Shovels are offered with a diamond point for easier soil penetration, square blades for handling fine-size material, saw-tooth edged for cutting small roots, traditional round point, as well as trenching shovels for ditching and lightweight holed shovels (Swiss cheese-like) for aquatic jobs, and do not forget snow shovels.
A Cassidy free was followed with a Gavin Diamond point after he took advantage of a poor John Donaldson pass.
Each model includes an illuminating overhead light, as well as a built-in diamond point tool for truing and dressing the buffing wheel.
These are beautiful things and they have verses from the Jacobite anthem engraved on them in diamond point along with the cypher of James VIII, the Old Pretender.
The university rents canoes, kayaks, sailboats and bikes on the lake side of its football field, just south of Diamond Point Park at the end of 15th Street.
announces today the upcoming auction of 11 brand new townhomes and one cottage at the Diamond Point development in New Buffalo, Mich.
Tenders are invited for D Bracket For Double Slip Diamond Point Operated By Siemens Make- Point Machine As Per Drawing Attached Insp Consignee
Set the diamond point at a 10to 15-degree drag angle pointing in the direction of wheel rotation.
Global has planned its first auction for June 6, for 12 resort properties at Diamond Point in New Buffalo, Michigan, a popular vacation home spot with Chicagoans and homebuyers elsewhere in the Midwest.