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Ground

A customary unit of area approximately equivalent to 203 square meters. It is used in real estate transactions in some parts of India.
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Vertical-impact Mikro-ACM classifier mills grind heat-sensitive material without coolants.
That would require improved size control and greater stock removal during the centerless grind.
To improve productivity, Kovatch recently added a Model PG-30 Reciprocating Power Grind programmable belt grinder by Grinding & Polishing Machinery Corp.
Probably the oddest material to be run through RPEI's grinders was the time one was used to grind up dead livestock for use in composting.
As Mike Selimi, mill leader at form Grinding, observes, "Most machine shops and die/mold operations don't like to deal with carbide because it is so tough to grind or work with.
On Sunday and Monday, Metrolink maintenance crews will grind their way along the track, smoothing and refinishing the top of the rails.
Over time, an industry grew to actually grind rubber for this purpose (ref.
It's back to the old grind - literally - for hundreds of miles of Metrolink railroad track.
VORTEX technology enables users to achieve significant improvements to the manufacturing process such as about 50 percent higher maximum MRR (Metal Removal Rate) at a constant power, grind at about 20 percent lower power at a constant MRR, 90 percent reduction in scrap and 335 reduction in diamond dresser cost.
Just dry the whole spices - coriander seeds, cloves and four others - briefly in the oven, then cool them, combine with four ground spices and grind all in a spice mill.