How To Use Oilstone In A Sentence

  • The burr produced is removed by alternately stoning the two bevels of the cutting edge with circulating movements of a wetted oilstone. 2. Splitting and Carving Tools
  • He had called the dog closer to the oilstone and was playing tug-of-war with him. THE BROKEN GOD
  • An oilstone or water lubricated stone may then be used to sharpen the cutting edge. Chapter 5
  • The burr produced is removed by alternately stoning the two bevels of the cutting edge with circulating movements of a wetted oilstone. 2. Splitting and Carving Tools
  • This can be done by rubbing away surplus metal with a grindstone, whetstone, oilstone, steel, ceramic rod, leather strop or the palm of your hand.
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  • ‘Sol Chickerel?’ said the man addressed, as he touched his plane-iron upon the oilstone. The Hand of Ethelberta
  • In doing so, the scraper has to be drawn over the oilstone from either side of the cutting edge alternately and in an inclined position till the burr - which this way is bent for several times - is neatly removed. 2. Tools for scraping
  • Thereby the oilstone is moved by hand in a circular motion on the tool cutting edge. 4. Tool Maintenance
  • A specially shaped oilstone is required for sharpening the tubes. 4. Tool Maintenance
  • This can be done by rubbing away surplus metal with a grindstone, whetstone, oilstone, steel, ceramic rod, leather strop or the palm of your hand.
  • And now the flame was as tenuous and dim as that of a dying oilstone; now he must make it burn more brightly. THE BROKEN GOD
  • Instead of using the oilstone an easier, tho less perfect, way to flatten out the burr on the edges is to lay the scraper flat on the bench near the edge. Handwork in Wood
  • Danlo shut his burning eyes against the oilstone 's light. THE BROKEN GOD
  • This can be done by rubbing away surplus metal with a grindstone, whetstone, oilstone, steel, ceramic rod, leather strop or the palm of your hand.
  • And he got that whet rock, an oilstone, and sharpened his knife just like a razor. Oral History Interview with Geddes Elam Dodson, May 26, 1980. Interview H-0240. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)
  • If possible, the oilstone should have a fine grain. 4. Tool Maintenance
  • The reciprocating movement of the tool on the oilstone or vice versa is continued until the burr is removed and the cutting edge has a bright appearance. 2. Splitting and Carving Tools

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