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File:Palazzo Ducale - Venice Art - Etching Collagraph.jpgVenice Art - Etching Collagraph.jpg English: This etching is a collagraph printed by re-using materials from the atelier: tarlatana, carborundum, sandpaper(640 × 437 (244 KB)) - 20:28, 27 January 2017 File:Swimming pool operation and maintenance.pdf (matches file content)divided into minute bubbles for diffusion in liquids. Commonly made of carborundum, alundum, or silica sand. DISCHARGE (1) As applied to a stream, the rate(1,275 × 1,650 (915 KB)) - 12:53, 8 May 2010 File:TM-1-1500-344-23-2.pdf (matches file content)all loose corrosion by brushing with stainless steel wool or No. 400 carborundum paper. Remove loose particles by wiping with a clean cloth dampened with(1,275 × 1,650 (5.26 MB)) - 19:27, 1 October 2017 File:The Electrical Experimenter, Volume 3.pdf (matches file content)ETCHING. Take stones. worth of blue vitrol one part of water and tablespoon fuls of salt, which cents' Dissolve in five add two makes the etching(1,175 × 1,656 (130.73 MB)) - 22:02, 6 June 2018 File:The Saturday Evening Post vol. 183.pdf (matches file content)to introduce Carborundum to you. It's great for sharpening pocket knives,ink erasers, etc. Send for it today—by mail 15c. Carborundum sharpening stones(1,650 × 2,142 (167.18 MB)) - 22:15, 13 February 2019 File:Herringshaw's National Library of American Biography.pdf (matches file content)inventor, Was born March 9. 1856, in Washington, Pa. He is the inventor of carborundum; and also the inventor of a making Acheson, Marcus W., lawyer, jurist(883 × 1,420 (34.08 MB)) - 23:13, 18 May 2019