flexible blade

flexible blade

A helicopter rotor blade with a trailing edge or balance tabs.
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Rick creates the Damascus in-house, combining three steels that work together to form a strong, flexible blade that will hold a sharp edge.
Take a medium-size sharp knife with a flexible blade.
Dancers use a flexible blade of metal known as a rapper to twist, turn and tumble their way through a five-minute routine.
The results of this analysis provide an engineer with the ability to design a flexible blade configuration to deliver the desired coating thickness onto a substrate.
Using a very sharp, flexible blade, fillet knife, simply cut the cheek away from the head.
The Bear Saw cuts on the pull stroke with an amazingly thin, flexible blade, allowing me to get into places other saws didn't.
1 : a tool resembling a knife with a broad flexible blade that is used mostly for spreading or mixing soft substances
Pull saws cut wood faster and with less effort because of the thinner and more flexible blade.
I'd choose a 12in cook's knife, a paring knife for fruit and vegetables, a serrated carving/bread knife and a knife with a good flexible blade for filleting fish or boning a leg of lamb.
These are around 500mm long and have a tapered, flexible blade that is good for cutting wood, boards and MDF.
The success of server sales prior to the recession was based on the broad attraction of cheaper, more powerful and flexible blade servers, which have made strong inroads into small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
CPLG & Its spare Transmitting unit including flexible blade assembly for grid disc combination coupling for Bowel Mill XRP-M3 for unit 5&6 under B&A dept.

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