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I read a specification calling for parts to be "tomized". Any clue as to what this is?
- Cleveland, Ohio
Going once ... going twice ... If it goes three weeks without an answer, I'm going to say it's probably a typo rather than an unusual term. "Atomize"? "Tone"?
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Pine Beach, New Jersey
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