hand-piece

hand-piece

n
(Agriculture) Austral and NZ hand-held, power-operated shears used by a shearer. See also comb3
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During my 30-minute session targeting my tummy, I felt the coldness of the metal plate on the hand-piece transform into comfortable warmth.
The new hand-pieces include Ultrafine Hand-Piece, Ultrafine Tweezer Hand-Piece, Precision Tweezer Hand-Piece, Desolder Hand-Piece, High Thermal Demand Hand-Piece and Solder Wire Feeder Hand-Pieces.
"The hand-piece I use for shearing sheep spins at 3,500 rpm, faster than any set of hair clippers.
The DentalVibe is a rechargeable hand-piece that, according to Bresslergroup's Director of Engineering David Schiff, is essentially a motor-driven eccentric cam that drives a rocker.
A lightweight hand-piece is driven by a variable speed power unit, which centrifugally controls three carbide stripping blades.
A manual arbor press that provides better ergonomic movement and control of the final welded part, and a pistol grip to provide better handling of the hand-piece for certain applications, are available as optional accessories.
Pat has sculpted over 1,000 walking sticks of all shapes and sizes - each bearing a face of some kind on the hand-piece.
Effective 2016, the stocking order allows Henry Schein to complete customer purchase requests for The Wand System and related disposable hand-pieces from its dental customers in the US and Canada.
Two devices that Vince finds particularly useful are the Minimo ultrasonic and rotary hand-pieces that he has purchased from Engis UK.
The brushes are available in a number of shank diameters, with long shanks for straight hand-pieces and short shanks for contra-angle hand-pieces, and in three shapes.
B, a motor ideal for medical or dental hand-pieces, the company said.