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Niles, Donald E. (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Volume 48, Number 3 (November 1943)

Daniels, Gene
Static,   pp. 34-[37]


Page [37]


      Clipping coupons from
airplane engine crankshafts!
cutting off wheels are employed.
2. With speed and precision
counting for so much these days,
abrasive cutting off wheels by
Carborundum are coming into far
wider use. In seconds they per-
form jobs which require minutes
by ordinary methods. Such
wheels are now used to cut plas-
tics, glass, brick, tile, steel
and non-ferrous metals in plate
and bar stock faster and more
accurately than they were ever
cut before.
3. In industry you may run into
abrasive applications that may be
strange to you. When and if you
do, remember that Carborundum is
ready to help you solve your
abrasive problems. The Carborundum
Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y.
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