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Number: 451/135
Name: Abrading > Machine > Rotary reciprocating tool > Cylindrical tool > Rectilinear > Planetary
Description: Abrading machine wherein the tool turns about a first axis passing through its geometrical center, which axis, in turn, turns about a second axis that is outside the tool.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7803034 System for moving and positioning an object such as a tool Sep. 28, 2010
5980365 Tool grinding machine having at least two spindles Nov. 9, 1999
5458530 Device for producing drilled holes with undercut Oct. 17, 1995
4805253 Device for brushing threaded bores Feb. 21, 1989
4467848 Machine for cutting down logs to a desired diameter Aug. 28, 1984
4143489 Mould polishing machines Mar. 13, 1979
3942287 Contour grinders Mar. 9, 1976

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