offset blade

off·set blade

(awf'set blād)
Blade of an instrument such as a Gracey curette, in which the lower shank is at a 70-degree angle to the face of the blade.
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The offset blade protects knuckles and makes it easy to slice through thicker foods.
I use my Victory Hoe offset blade version for more than just weeding.
A transversal belt conveyor located beneath the receiving hopper extracts material from the machine's side so that an adjustable offset blade mounted on the rear of the F893 can spread and level the material to the desired height and width.
It features single-frame grille, stylish aluminium door mirrors, body colour rocker panels, 19-inch wheels, black brake callipers, oval twin tailpipes, air spoiler, and a diffuser with offset blade.
The 100-grain heads I shot have an offset blade design that allows them to twist during penetration for a larger cutting diameter.
The vehicle features a sleek roof that descends and merges into the C-pillars with colour offset blades and 5.8-inch Multi Media Interface.
Made to rotate better in flight and deliver more penetration, this head has a stainless steel ferrule, offset blades and a cut-on-contact chisel tip.
The offset blades are sharp on the front and back edges so the head cuts even if the arrow starts to back out of the animal.