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buffing

[′bəf·iŋ]
(engineering)
The smoothing and brightening of a surface by an abrasive compound pressed against it by a soft wheel or belt.
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But it is well worth the effort to pour wine into crystal-clear, odorless glasses that don't need buffing.
A matrix study was performed using these two resins to determine the optimum blend ratios to achieve superior sanding and buffing performance.
Not only will that task preserve your sanitary amid the crazines of the buffing party, but the homemade goodies will likely be the only way to get the youngsters to quit before they wear your floor out!"
Model FAB buffing machine consists of a frame with guide rails, a table with horizontal and vertical travel and a buffing head which can be moved along the length of the machine.
Robotic finishing cells use 6-axis robots combined with equipment with abrasive belts or wheels, wire brushes or buff wheels, or both to perform programmed, highly efficient grinding, polishing, buffing, satin finishing and deburring operations.
After repeated spray buffing, additional coats of polish should be applied.
Certain types of artifacts affect disk performance, even after buffing. With the whole-disk analyzer, the types of artifacts that affect performance can be differentiated from those that don't.
1)Abrasive Aluminium Oxide Industrial Cloth Buffing Wheel Size Od40 Mm X Width 40 Mm X Shank 6 Mm 80 Grit Similar To Grindwell Norton Or Equivalent.