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slicer

[′slīs·ər]
(electronics)
(lapidary)
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Such equipment uses ultrasound to make the slicer's blade vibrate at high rates, ensuring a clean cut for delicate or sticky products before they are frozen.
Johnson contracted Miami, Florida-based product management services leader Innovation Direct[TM] to represent the Cake Slicer to potential licensees for a 2 year period.
Follow these steps to add a macro that runs every time you choose from the slicer.
The convenience benefits of food slicers appeal to everyone from the constant entertainer to the busy mom.
RETAILERS THAT USE the new Teflon-coated 3000 and 4000 Series commercial slicers from Dayton, Ohio-based Globe Food Equipment Co.
But because of all of the tools available now, including the mini-choppers, shavers, peelers and slicers from Lifetime Brands, "it's less intimidating to work with garlic," said Matt Kamenstein, vice president, kitchenware.
6/10 Bread Keeper & Slicer, pounds 12.95, Ala Cook (01625 610426)
"I had to sack my assistant because he kept licking the bacon slicer," he says.
Since the viruses known as retroviruses often produce dsRNA while they're replicating, some researchers have proposed that dicer, slicer, and other components associated with RNAi acted in early animals as a defense mechanism.
Note: A Japanese vegetable slicer cuts along the circumference of a vegetable, resulting in long, thin sheets.
Hazard: Personnel injury due to someone inadvertently turning the slicer on
[USPRwire, Thu Jun 13 2019] The bread slicer is the machines utilized in the bakery industry to cut bread, cheese, cakes, and other products in the desired shape and size.