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Number: 451/198
Name: Abrading > Machine > Rotary tool > Rotary cylinder > Opposed abrading tools > Plunger infeeder > Blade sharpener
Description: Abrading machine especially adapted to sharpen the edge of a cutting member.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7517275 Apparatus for precision steeling/conditioning of knife edges Apr. 14, 2009
7235004 Precision means for sharpening and creation of microblades along cutting edges Jun. 26, 2007
7033254 Grinding machine for double-sided grinding of saw tooth edges Apr. 25, 2006
6261161 Sharpener assembly for a food slicer and related method Jul. 17, 2001
6083088 Implement working adapter Jul. 4, 2000
5810645 Apparatus for producing hollow ground needles Sep. 22, 1998
5700184 Dental instrument sharpening system Dec. 23, 1997
5245789 Knife sharpener Sep. 21, 1993
5027559 Sharpening unit for leather splitting machines Jul. 2, 1991

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