2010

Technology for Drilling/Cutting/Separating Materials

A company seeks alternative methods for sawing, drilling, boring, cutting, or otherwise separating materials such as wood, metal, and composites. When compared to conventional sawing, drilling, boring, or other cutting methods, the new method should be faster and easier; provide a cleaner cut in terms of smooth wall or bore and in chips, dust, or contamination of the work area; offer a longer tool life; minimize noise level; require low physical force during operation; be safe for use in an open environment; and reduce dependence on traditional power tools used in the workplace.

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