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Well that certainly takes the effort out of scraping a surface !
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Automatic shoveling system processing test _ shoveling surface modification of sliding parts
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Most ingenious. Takes all of the hard work out of it.
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It may not achieve the desired goal, however, that being to flatten a surface. It would be interesting to know more.
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It seems that the parallelism between the 2 machines would have to be perfect or it would be cutting a taper.
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It seems like the part could still be blued, then the scraper programmed to hit the high spots, just like you would do by hand.