LUM Series Superfine Vertical Roller Grinding Mill
LUM Series Superfine Vertical Roller Grinding Mill

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  • axe

    hammer axe. hammer axes or axe-hammers typically feature an extended poll, opposite the blade, shaped and sometimes hardened for use as a hammer. the name axe-hammer is often applied to a characteristic shape of perforated stone axe used in the neolithic and bronze ages.

  • planishing

    planishing from the latin planus, 'flat' is a metalworking technique that involves finishing the surface by finely shaping and smoothing sheet metal. this is done by hammering with a planishing panel hammer or slapper file against a shaped surface called a planishing stake that is held in a vise or a mounting hole in a blacksmith's beak anvil .

  • combination machine

    a combination machine is a woodworking machine that combines the functions of two or more separate machines into a single unit. for example, a combination machine might consist of a tablesaw with a side-mounted jointer.another common example of this type of machine is the jointer-thicknesser also known as an over-under which combines the function of a jointer with that of a planer

  • hammermill paper company

    the hammermill paper company, founded in 1898 was originally known as the ernst r behrend company.that same year, construction began on their first paper mill in erie, pennsylvania. the company was founded by three brothers ernst, otto and bernard behrend and their father moritz behrend in erie, pennsylvania.

  • framing hammer

    norman spaulding, a professor of civil law, has treated the framing hammer as a discursive metaphor for the erie doctrine of united states law 's reversal of the case swift v. tyson, which decided whether federal courts, when deciding matters not specifically addressed by the state legislature, had the authority to develop a federal common law.

  • emmer

    like einkorn and spelt wheats, emmer is a hulled wheat. in other words, it has strong glumes husks that enclose the grains, and a semibrittle rachis.on threshing, a hulled wheat spike breaks up into spikelets. these require milling or pounding to release the grains from the glumes.

  • hammerwich

    name. the name may derive from hamor old english: a hammer and wīc old english: a place of industry, specialist agriculture or trading , indicating a smithy or metal-working site.. charcoal burning, nail making, agriculture and coal mining have all been prevalent in the village over the years.. culture. amenities in the village at present include a post office,this has now closed down, a .