Definition of Serrating
1. serrate [v] - See also: serrate
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Literary usage of Serrating
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Handbook of Aboriginal American Antiquities: Part I. Introductory: The by William Henry Holmes (1919)
"Tbe process of notching and serrating. with glass, nnd he completes the two notches often In about half a minute's time. If the edge of the arrowpoint was ..."
2. English Mechanic and World of Science: With which are Incorporated "the (1891)
"I cut see now why " FC" and myself differed in our ideas as to serrating cutter ... When you have tried the plan yon mention for serrating round-faced ..."
3. Handbook of Mechanical and Electrical Cost Data: Giving Shipping Weights by Halbert Powers Gillette, Richard Turner Dana (1918)
"3 Parker punch press, flywheel, 48 by 5 Ins.; one scrap cutter; one small emery wheel; three machines for serrating sections; three guard-plate cutting ..."
4. The Missouri Dental Journal (1870)
"A plugger may be repaired by a skillful hand by aid of a good glass, and put into tolerable shape ; but the serrating of a new point cannot be done ..."
5. Tool Engineering: Jigs and Fixtures by Albert Atkins Dowd, Frank W. Curtis (1922)
"serrating Fixture for Chuck Jaws time. This fixture gives very good results and although the cutting action is not entirely continuous, the pieces are set ..."
6. Psychology and Industrial Efficiency by Hugo Münsterberg (1913)
"The speed of the work was dependent upon the operative, as he determined by his lever movement the instant at which the automatic serrating hammer should be ..."