riffler


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riffler

[′rif·lər]
(design engineering)
A small, curved rasp or file for filing interior surfaces or enlarging holes.

riffler

A file which is curved and grooved for working in depressions.
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Pohl recommended using a spinning riffler and volunteered to process glass beads using this technique.