final grind

polish grind, final grind

In concrete work, the final operation, in which fine abrasives are used to hone a surface to its desired smoothness and appearance, as for terrazzo concrete.
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Another endgame issue allowed people to bypass final grind and acquire high-level gear prematurely.
While the true fun of a scavenger hunt in Fortnite is to find these places yourself, its a matter of your final grind and we're not going to judge if you use this marked map to find the locations faster.
Test work found that the iron contained in the mineralised material begins to liberate at a size below about 1 mm, so a primary grind size of 600 micron has been selected for the processing plant, with a final grind size at a relatively coarse 250 micron.
Before doing the final grind, I like to drill out the old screw holes an inch deep or so and plug with a hardwood dowel retained by Elmer's wood glue.
50: City final grind their opponents down as McKenzie follows up on a saved Birchall shot.
Attachment allows Bandit Beast Recyclers to color mulch during the final grind of the mulch making process.
To ensure proper mating when the part goes into service, Rotech makes the final grind of the taper in a DIN 69063 certified HSK receiver.
Pulverizer (nut butter): Dried bread, coconut, horseradish, peanuts, nuts (from previously ground hard nuts), baby food, flour (final grind)
Meat processed in one area of the plant comes in large vats for a final grind, then is taken from the grinder on a series of conveyors and put into a storage hopper.
The industry's understanding of expert control and its potential value has grown significantly over the past decade and many operations around the world today have incorporated such systems in their designs with obvious success - average power draws in tertiary crushing plants, for example, can be increased by up to 40%, throughputs in single stage ball milling and SAG circuits have improved by 4-8%, whilst in ball mill circuits, where fineness of grind is more desirable than higher throughput, up to a 3% reduction in final grind size can be achieved, without a reduction in tonnage throughput.