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notcher

(ˈnɒtʃə)
n
1. a person who or an instrument which cuts notches
2. (General Sporting Terms) (in sport, esp cricket) a person who keeps score by means of making notches
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Fed up, I bought the pattern notcher and found it to be a time-saving tool and it gives me a neater notch.
The Red Robins, however, need to play much harder in the next round after being pitted against Group A top notcher La Salle-Zobel, which romped to a 98-58 win over University of Santo Tomas.
All major contractors are, somehow connected to each other and 'get away with huge profits at the cost of taxpayers', said a top notcher.
Installed within the facility are state-of-the-art machines including two Kaltenbach saw and drill lines, two Kaltenbach Plasma/Oxy Fuel plate cut and drill machines, an ESAB Ox/Fuel profile machine, a robotic plasma notcher and various shears, punches and angle lines.
The other features of the product include four built-in stations, 6-inch x 6-inch x 1/2-inch angle shear and a rectangular notcher that can notch 3-inch x 5-3/4-inch x 1/2-inch material.
Options such code dating, zipping device, film perforator and a notcher for easy tear-off are also available.
But when the Bears' notcher headed off to eat, one lunchtime during the promotion-clinching win over Essex at Chelmsford, he revealed that restrictions do apply to his nosebag.
This machine also features a rectangle notcher that will notch up to 2-1/2"x3" in 5/16" material.
The Malco Notcher offers an alternative to a jig saw for curved cuts.
The toe kick notcher accepts workpieces from the end panel machine and produces roe kick notches.
rectangle notcher 3" x 5-3/4" x 1/2" - notcher table with guides - 240-ton, 24" flat bar shear with sabre blade - shear table with miter fence - tool table and work area - slug receptacles - electrical box supplied with emergency palm button and lock-out tag-out accommodations - 460 volt / 3-ph electrics (must specify voltage) "scotchman" model #do 150/240-24m.