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Abrasive Wheels are a punk rock band of the late 1970s – early 1980s. They hailed from Leeds, England and were seldom out of the Independent charts between 1980 and 1984 when the band split. The band were Shonna Rzonca – vocals, Dave Ryan – guitar, Harry Harrison – bass, Nev Nevison – drums. In 2002 the singer Rzonca reformed the band with new members.
- genre: Punk rock
- albums: "The Army Song", "Banner of Hope", "Black Leather Girl", "The Punk Singles Collection", "When the Punks Go Marching In!", "Burn 'em Down!", "The Riot City Years 1981-1982", "Vicious Circle", "Nothing to Prove", "The Prisoner", "Jailhouse Rock"
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Dictionary of Glass (2001)
Materials and Techniques by Charles Bray
ABRASIVE WHEELS 11 Wooden wheels. These are usually made from a diffuse porous hardwood such as willow or poplar. Sometimes they consist of a straight slice across a bole or, more commonly, from sections glued together as shown.
by Mel Schwartz
Grinding of abrasive wheels is by grit size number from No. 10 to No. 600, which is 600 mesh ; by grade of wheel, or strength of the bond, which is by letter designation, ...
by Charles P. Poole, Jr.
The grinding of metallic wares is accomplished on grinding machines by rotating abrasive wheels or whetstones. In the case of surfaces that are difficult to treat, electrochemical (electrolytic) grinding wheels are provided with a constant electric ...
Materials, Processes and Equipment by David F. Tver
Tools set with industrial diamond are a practical necessity in truing and dressing worn abrasive wheels in all industries where precision grinding is performed. Diamond lathe tools, because of the hardness and high heat conductivity of ...
by D.V. Rosato, Marlene G. Rosato
grinding, centerless Grinding plastic components to plastic green required dimensions between abrasive wheels revolving at different speeds. See machining.
by Ernest Joyce, Alan Peters
Recent developments include abrasive wheels made from strips or flaps of grit- coated cloth or paper. These are attached to power drills or flexible drives and may be used for rapid sanding of complex shapes. A similar idea uses rotating nylon ...
by Robert A. Lewis
Use:Pottery, enamel, and ceramic ware; glass; soaps; abrasive; bond for abrasive wheels; cements and concretes; insulating compositions; fertilizer; poultry grit; tarred roofing materials. felsic rock. A silicon-rich igneous rock that contains only ...
by Jeanne Mager Stellman
Abrasive wheels should be provided with guards strong enough to contain the parts of a bursting wheel (see figure 82.5). Some countries have detailed regulations regarding the design of the guards and the materials to be used. In general ...
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Abrasive Wheels - When Punks Go Marching In LP
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