linish

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linish

(ˈlɪnɪʃ)
vb (tr)
(Crafts) to polish and smooth the surface of a material by grinding or sanding
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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.
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