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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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Keep in mind that you will not be sewing sleeves into the armhole, and this means you'll need to work an edging around the armhole to give it a finished look.
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Many of these edgings require special construction techniques and will seriously disrupt the pavers that have been installed.
Although installing individual-unit edging requires more time, it results in a more aesthetically appealing feature, whereas strip edgings provide the necessary separation in a short amount of time.
In a typical application, the machine operator can apply an edge to a contoured shelf in less than a minute, Mattson said, edging virtually any contour the piece has as long as the inside radius is not less than about 1 inch.
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This allows edgings to be positioned tightly against the adjacent material.
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