Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Toast Planer

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Manual or electric, simply place the toast in the tray, burnt side down. Rollers move it over a vibrating serrated knife-edge at a low angle to remove excess carbon. If both sides were overdone then - predictably - turn it over and send it through, again.
FlyingToaster, Mar 14 2018

Toast Planner Toast_20Planner
A half-baked design that could be improved by the cunning application of a Toast Planer. [Wrongfellow, Mar 15 2018]

While I respect your idea (+), I happen to like burnt toast ... Orbital_20toaster
[normzone, Mar 15 2018]


       Wood planers use a rotary cutting wheel. Surely that would be more stable?
RayfordSteele, Mar 14 2018

       //rotary cutting wheel// sounds more complicated than a simple automation of the usual method: scraping a serrated dinner knife over the toast over the sink.
FlyingToaster, Mar 14 2018


       Your civilization (?) is advancing ... one tiny step at a time.
8th of 7, Mar 15 2018

       A plurality of vibrating serrated knife-edges could be arranged to move slightly up and down with respect to each other.   

       If the cutting action occurred precisely at the toast-carbon boundary, this adjustment would result in a visible modulation of the perceived darkness of the toast.   

       This could allow the Toast Planer to offer all the same functionality as the Toast Planner. [link]
Wrongfellow, Mar 15 2018

       What's needed, shirley, is a full toastal CNC. It could be used to plane, but could also create grooves to hold additional butter.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 15 2018

       I'm sure that Computerised Numerical Toasting is almost certaintly baked already, probably.   

       I think.
Wrongfellow, Mar 15 2018

       Can the CNC shred the toast, spray melted butter, and then reassemble it resulting in a precise percentage of butter in any range from "dry as a matron's sheets" to "it's a stick of butter"?
Voice, Jan 06 2019


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