cutting tip

cutting tip

[′kəd·iŋ ‚tip]
(engineering)
The end of the snout of a cutting torch from which gas flows.
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Starting at the cutting tip, aspiration pulls tissue samples into the cutting window where oscillating blades are controlled by the clinician's index finger and hand.
However, the cutting tip may result in a great dural matter damage and eventual PDPH.
SliceIT powers the new Mcor IRIS HD, announced yesterday, by providing new algorithms and supporting a newly- designed, 10,000 meter carbide cutting tip.
This allows it to be used as a rescue tool for cutting seat belts and similar tasks, but it also gives it a very usable cutting tip allowing precise, almost scalpel-like control.
Its robust brass coated steel bristles create a powerful cutting tip to effortlessly remove persistent weeds, grass, moss and dirt from between joints, gaps and cracks.
Its robust steel coated brass bristles create a powerful cutting tip to effortlessly remove persistent weeds, grass, moss and dirt from between joints, gaps and cracks.
Its one-piece, steel cutting tip and solid steel ferrule includes a two-position locking system to keep blades secure.
The 3D geometry of the bone and cutting tip are displayed on an overhead monitor in real time.
The catheter has an expandable cutting tip that safely debulks and preemptively removes calcium and soft plaque, as well as fibrotic lesions and thrombus.
A blunt tip-shield that covers the cutting tip just prior to entry into the abdominal cavity: