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edging

Grinding the edge of a lens to the finished shape and size required, at the same time imparting the desired edge form, e.g. flat, bevelled, etc. This is accomplished with a machine called an edger, either by hand with a grinding wheel or automatically operating from a lens pattern or former. See cribbing; former; glass cutter; glazing.
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Grab a straight 2-by-4 and cut it 3 inches longer than the distance between the plastic edging strips.
Shovel small amounts of sand between the plastic edging strips, level it with several passes of your notched screed, then add and smooth again until you've got a level layer.
The green dimensioning concept for the production of clear parts from green stock has the potential to enhance resource utilization by using low-grade logs and lumber as well as clear parts from mill residues such as slabs, edging strips, and end trimmings [5,6,8,21].
Slabs and edging strips constituted 14 percent of the total log weight and sawdust constituted another 14 percent.
In order to produce the 13 percent clear parts, 5 percent (based on total log weight) additional end trimmings and edging strips were produced (Fig.
While you're at the lumber store, buy some matching veneer edging tape or 3/4-inch-thick hardwood planks for making edging strips and lid trim.
Solid wood edging strips are slightly more trouble to install but absolutely reliable.
Use a clean sheet of greaseproof paper to protect the edging strips while you're ironing them on, and work with the iron on the hottest setting
Construct the cabinet top by attaching edging strips (K1 and K2) to the plywood (C) with pocket screws (Photo 8).