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hone

(hōn)
1. A sharpening stone.
2. To sharpen the edge of a cutting device.
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Known widely as a tool used for de-burring, plateau honing and deglazing, the Flex-Hone is a highly versatile tool used for a variety of machining operations.
The handling, honing, and sharpening tips that follow here will apply to those knives as well.
Whether you're an enthusiast engine builder or prospective machining student who wants to pursue a career as an automotive machinist, "Automotive Machining: A Guide to Boring, Decking, Honing & More" will provide insight and in-depth instruction for performing the most common and important machining procedures.
If you need a super-sharp edge, continue honing with finer sandpaper or buffing compound (Photo 7).
A universal honing fixture is said to handle "nine out of ten" parts without additional tooling.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 25, 2012-HIG Capital wraps up sale of Texas Honing to Precision Castparts(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
25 October 2012 a[euro]" US private equity firm HIG Capital said on Thursday it had finalised the sale of domestic precision, tight tolerance pipe processing services provider Texas Honing Inc to metal components and products maker Precision Castparts Corp (NYSE:PCP).
The SV-20 honing system a large-part machine for job-shop part production.
Ashland, OH, October 27, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Ohio Tool Works, renowned manufacturers of honing machinery and tools, is proud to announce the introduction of its newest product: a new automated honing cell for long bore honing.
Faced with the goal of improving quality, while reducing employee injuries and fatigue, Tim Taylor, an RCBS engineer, turned to Flex-Hone, a flexible ball-style honing brush made by Brush Research Manufacturing (BRM).
Conventional processes namely gear grinding, gear shaving, gear honing, gear lapping, etc.