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burnisher

[′bər·nə·shər]
(engineering)
A tool with a hard, smooth rounded edge or surface; used for finishing the edges of scraper blades, for smoothing or polishing plastic or metal surfaces, or for other applications requiring manipulation by rubbing.
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We observed particle increases that could be associated with cleaning processes (the use of a floor burnisher during re-stocking when the store was closed) but the particle concentrations were dominated by the outdoor concentrations.
She shared in production as seamstress, laundress, burnisher, shopkeeper ...
Use a burnisher ($10)--or the shaft of a chisel, carving gouge or screwdriver--to create the cutting edge.
A small propane burnisher, costing $2,000 to $3,000, used in a 25,000 square-foot facility will burnish floors to a high gloss in one hour.
Carbon monoxide poisoning associated with a propane-powered floor burnisher - Vermont, 1992, MMWR 1993;42:726-8.
Use a burnisher or a smooth rounded tool on the metal foil to make impressions.
Begin by forming a burnisher bag to use for pressing your paper to the block when printing.
FILLING INSTRUMENTS,COMPLETE SET-CONDENSER ( FLAT-ROUND ) BALL BURNISHER ( SMALL/BIG ENDED ),CARVER ( DIAMOND SHAPE)
The plastic instruments are the burnisher, plugger, and amalgam carrier.
It contains 20 gravers, burnisher and one eye glass." There is also an old photograph showing how the tools were arranged in the box.
200 YEARS AGO: Deserted from a party of the British Fencible Legion, recruiting at Tamworth, Thomas Ball, about 22-years -oge, five feet, four inches high, fair complexion, grey eyes, dark hair, by trade a Button Burnisher, born at Aston, near Birmingham .