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sharpen

[′shär·pən]
(engineering)
To give a thin keen edge or a sharp acute point to.
(graphic arts)
To decrease the size of the dots on a screened halftone.
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Electric models, such as those from Chef's Choice and Work Sharp, are among the quickest ways to sharpen a knife, but it's important to use them with care as the fast-moving honing wheels or belts can strip too much metal away quickly.
There was no statistically significant difference between the diamond-plated and ceramic stones with respect to the number of strokes needed to sharpen the scalers (Table I); however, there was a statistically significant difference between the diamond-plated and ceramic stones versus the control group (p < 0.
The Sharpen program helps consumers address their primary financial challenges through targeted education and counseling.
Blade grinds vary from concave to convex to fiat, but the overwhelming majority have a secondary bevel along the edge, and that's the part you sharpen.
3 Sharpen serrated bread knives with a diamond sharpening steel
Every Blacksmith expects to sharpen between 2,000 to 4,000 different knives in the last week before the event.
Sharpen Your Story or Narrative Writing Skills immediately engages the reader by stating, "From the time you were very little, you have known what a good story is.
You can't blame your dream client for choosing a lower price if you didn't do everything in your power to sharpen your message around the value you create.
Maxcess, a global leader in innovative products and services for the web handling industry is offering Tidland Blade Sharpening System, which gives customers the power to sharpen dull blades on their own schedule without removing the blade from the cartridge or sending the blades out to be reground or sharpened.
You can sharpen it yourself with the Lawnmower Sharpening Attachment from Dremel.
Work Sharp[TM] reduces sharpening time dramatically, eliminates the mess and hassle of sharpening, and lets you grind and sharpen with a single machine.