Shearing machine


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A machine with blades, or rotary disks, for dividing plates or bars of metal
A machine for shearing cloth.

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In the presence of foreign diplomats and members of the news media, staff members of the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) fed pistols, AK-47 assault rifles, iron bars and other arms into a weapons shearing machine that sliced the items into small, unusable pieces.
With the new developed carpet shearing machine X-PLORE XCS the German-Swiss company does justice to its reputation as longest-standing manufacturer of shearing machines in the world.
Request of offers from agents for the supply & erection of a cold billet hydraulic shearing machine of 130 X 130 mm.
A blaze had broken out in a room containing a metal shearing machine.
Jon Woollman, Ruabon, with his 1910 Lister shearing machine at Gwaenynog "If anyone had thought I would still be organising this show after 21 years, I wouldn't have believed them," said Mrs Green.
Ms Bent added: "You need to know what you are doing when you have a shearing machine in your hand.
Mr Jones topped the leader board on Monday with 11,724 - enough watts to power a sheep shearing machine and a microwave.
The rig basically serves to support a Saje shearing machine (by Sheerlund Products) to reduce worker fatigue and improve safety during Christmas tree shearing.
Cencorp identified a growing requirement to separate these circuits after assembly more accurately and gently than manual breaking methods employed at the time, Cencorp's first depaneling product, introduced in the early 1980s, was a manually fed shearing machine.
s North River mine plans to install a Joy 7LS shearing machine in October 2003.
She had been working on a shearing machine which took the tip off the carpet pile and stacked the finished product on a trolley.