Definition of Buffing wheel
1. Noun. A wheel that is covered with soft material.
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Literary usage of Buffing wheel
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1903)
"Buffing-Wheel Mount.—Fig. 7 illustrates a light buffing-wheel mount that may also be used for small emery wheels. A rag wheel is shown on the left-hand ..."
2. Annotated Cases, American and English by H Noyes Greene, William Mark McKinney, David Shephard Garland (1918)
"At one end of the spindle was a soft buffing wheel and at the other end a hard ... Just below the buffing wheel at which he worked was a small box-like ..."
3. Experimental Pharmacology by Dennis Emerson Jackson (1917)
"Or the buffing wheel may be placed on an arbor which can be held in the chuck of a lathe and turned at the highest speed obtainable with the lathe. ..."
4. International Annual of Anthony's Photographic Bulletin and American Process by Frederick J Harrison, W I Scandlin (1899)
"Select your metal of the required size, and polish it with a buffing- wheel, or, if a buffing-wheel is not at hand, use a piece of charcoal, polishing it ..."
5. Readings in Vocational Guidance by Meyer Bloomfield (1915)
"... in buffing-wheel manufacture they unfold bolts of flannel and refold them again in layers, then when circular pieces have been cut from these they place ..."
6. Survey of Occupations Open to the Girl of Fourteen to Sixteen Years by Harriet Hazen Dodge (1912)
"... of dye to the spot where it is needed in coloring the design; in buffing-wheel manufacture they unfold bolts of flannel and refold them again in layers, ..."
7. Better Business English: A Working Manual for the Business Writer, Including by John Matthews Manly, John Arthur Powell (1921)
"The Outfit costs $107.80, and consists of-— (1) a % hp motor (a, c. or de) (2) buffing accessories: 1) the cleaning accessories a) a sewed buffing wheel ..."