diamond saw

diamond saw

[′dī·mənd ‚sȯ]
(design engineering)
A circular, band, or frame saw inset with diamonds or diamond dust for cutting sections of rock and other brittle substances.
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Machine cutting of asphalt layers with a diamond saw floor.
The core is being split by a diamond saw. Half of the sample is sent for assay and the remainder is placed back in the core box.
With their two fully-equipped production facilities, the company manufactures a wide assortment of diamond saw blades, diamond segments, diamond drill bits and many more products.
At any one time there are 10 people working with the smaller crane and diamond saw, making it possible to cut and lift down one beam in two shifts.
The product assortment includes diamond saw blades and drill bits, rebar bending machines and cutters, concrete vibrators, grinding machines and laser equipment.
The Lady Mags doubled their advantage on the half-hour when a good run by Beth Diamond saw her beat two Lowick defenders before her shot was parried by the goalkeeper.
The process requires no pre- and post-secondary processes, including no need for protective coating, pre-scribing, post-force breaking, diamond saw replacement, gases, chemicals and water,
Sale rugby director Steve Diamond saw things differently, blaming his team's lack of composure for killing off their Euro hopes.
The final cut usually is done with a circular diamond saw or other rotary cutting device, although I have used a jeweler's saw or even a hack saw with a fine blade while working at customer plants.
Rides will be on the museum''s own collection of trains and on the North Wales Model Engineering Society engines as well as on a larger engine which will circle the museum''s diamond saw shed.
Debut goals from Gary Alexander and Michael Symes ensured the points were shared, despite Burton going down to 10 men when Zander Diamond saw red.
The occlusal enamel was removed with a water-cooled diamond saw in a cutting machine (Labcut 1010, Extec Co., Enfield, USA) to obtain flat dentin surfaces.