Recent Examples of cutter from the Web
The work is done at UNCC’s Makerspace lab, which opened about a year ago and is outfitted with 3D scanners and printers, laser cutters, sewing machines and circuit board makers.
Drivers winding their cars along Canyon Golf Road in the northern suburb of Timberwood Park cruise past an empty lot crammed between cookie-cutter neighborhoods.
Cord-cutters, for example, love to have more Net video options, but new services could see new barriers to entry.
Known as a ruthless cost cutter, Tan’s approach has been to gut pie-in-the-sky research projects and focus on the most promising tech developments.
From affordable takes on trends—hey, pizza cutter liquid liner—to innovative sheet masks that get the job done, here are our top picks for new fall drugstore products.
After stopping the car, officers noticed something else -- a pair a large bolt cutters inside, according to an arrest affidavit.
Tseng, who posted a 13-4 record and 2.54 ERA at Double-A Tennessee and Triple-A Iowa, had to rely on his other pitches after noticing his cutter wasn't effective while warming up in the bullpen.
John Silverwood, 65, a Rancho Santa Fe real estate investor, said in an email Friday afternoon from his 37-foot cutter that Oahu is about 580 miles away.
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- a diamond cutter
- a cookie cutter
- a coast guard cutter
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