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Number: 451/907
Name: Abrading > Strip feeding
Description: Disclosure of presenting an elongated workpiece toward a grinding means.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7077724 Sheet metal scale removing water jet process Jul. 18, 2006
6402592 Electrochemical methods for polishing copper films on semiconductor substrates Jun. 11, 2002
6277006 Coated media bearing surface for conveying abrasive media and the like Aug. 21, 2001
6277007 Coated media bearing surface for conveying abrasive media and the like Aug. 21, 2001
5921848 Multi-directional abrading machine Jul. 13, 1999
5772495 Method and apparatus for producing photo filmstrip Jun. 30, 1998
5501629 Buffing apparatus suitable to buff thin plate work and controlling method for the apparatus Mar. 26, 1996











 
 
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