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linisher

(ˈlɪnɪʃə)
n
(Crafts) a machine that polishes and makes the surface of a material smooth using a moving belt coated in an abrasive material
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The employee had been working on the vessel and tried to pick up a linisher, (specialist sanding/ polishing machine) - when he fell 1.4metres from the wooden stage and broke his arm.
The unit handles steel or aluminium dust from a floor mounted fettling booth and from a belt linisher. Nonflam extractors use a water filled tank through which dust and residues are drawn by an impeller fan.
The unit is handling steel or aluminium dust created in a floor-mounted fettling booth, and by a Grindingmaster belt linisher. Both workstations are used to finish components produced by Euro Sheet Metal for the electronics and lighting industries.
Fine Blanking's equipment includes nine fine-blanking presses, eight eccentric presses, two CNC machining centres, two CNC turning centres, six auto lathes, three de-burring linishers, a robot welder station, a fully equipped tool room and a host of secondary operation and transport equipment.
The two Polytex units were installed to handle dust from double-ended polishers and linishers, while together with two existing units, Finsbury now has seven Dustands serving a total of nine work stations.