carbon bit

carbon bit

[¦kär·bən ¦bit]
(design engineering)
A diamond bit in which the cutting medium is inset carbon.
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The silicon bit we can fix but the carbon bit is tough.
In Canada, the first carbon bites are supposed to be small, with perhaps 70 percent getting back more in dividends than they pay in new taxes.
The car is also fitted with wider front arches which, together with the carbon bits and optional matt grey paint, adds up to a special car.
The new bug was breaking down the sulfamethazine and feasting on the nitrogen and carbon bits.
"TXVs are more susceptible to poor installation practices, which can result in little carbon bits that will break into about a thousand pieces at just the wrong time." Davis said that TXVs require a higher level of skill and proper technique.