shaping tool

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Noun1.shaping tool - a tool for shaping metalshaping tool - a tool for shaping metal    
die - a device used for shaping metal
tool - an implement used in the practice of a vocation
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Blue Belt's Navio system provides robotic assistance for partial knee replacement procedures through CT-free navigation software and a unique computer controlled, bone shaping tool.
Antuofermo said there is a misconception among Reservists that the fitness test is used as a force shaping tool.
The extra attachments include a buffing and fine-shaping tool for nails, a shaping tool to smooth the surfaces of nails, an emery tool, and a cuticle pusher.
For those with short attention spans, there's potter Jon King, who transforms slabs of shapeless clay into pots, large and small, in minutes, using his hands, water, a sponge, a shaping tool, and a foot-powered pottery wheel.
Designers and operators of rubber extrusion dies have the challenging job of getting a material that naturally flows rapidly through thick sections and away from thin edges to exit a shaping tool with an overall local velocity profile that allows low and uniform drawdown.
A number of celebs swear by this handy little shaping tool, which is so popular that it's selling like hot cakes.
Surgeons needed a bone-drilling and shaping tool that was efficient, small, battery-powered and able to withstand extreme heat.
The career navigator program is the primary force shaping tool used to identify top performers, said March.
The system for fast, accurate forming of modified organo sheet essentially consists of a forming press with modified shaping tool and a plurality of peripheral units that need to perform various tasks.
The Navio system gives robotic-assistance for partial knee replacement procedures via proprietary CT-free navigation software and a unique hand held computer controlled bone shaping tool.
PTS acts as a force shaping tool by leveling rating manning from overmanned to undermanned, and acting as a quality screening by controlling reenlistments.