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tweez·ers

(twēz'ĕrz),
An instrument with pincers that are squeezed together to grasp or extract fine structures. See: forceps.
[A.S. twisel, fork]

tweezers

An instrument with pincers used to grasp or extract. See Optical tweezers.
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The MP offers the highest basic accuracy of all LCR-Reader and Smart Tweezers devices at 0.
Optoelectronic tweezers are cost-effective and allow parallel micromanipulation of particles," said Zhang, who is now at the University of Toronto in Canada.
First, we should remove the plastic rod with pry tool and then we can take out the flex cable with tweezers
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Using the tweezers, lift the tin and gently pour the wax into the shell.
The squeeze applied by the tweezers was about 200 piconewtons.
We provided the operator a clean pair of tweezers and emphasized the importance of a steady hand, explaining that stray solder paste on the component becomes solder balls that are considered defects and must be removed.
First, sterilize the needle and a pair of tweezers using rubbing alcohol.
Have water ready to clean brushes; newsprint -approximately letter-size pieces; plant material; fabric; scissors & tweezers.
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