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A small rod inserted at each end of the extrusion coating die to adjust the die opening length.



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DRAPE FORMING

A method of forming thermoplastic sheet in which the sheet is clamped into a movable frame, heated, and draped over drawdown ratio thickness to The ratio of die opening product thickness.

DIE BLADE

A deformable member attached to a die body which determines the slot opening and is adjusted to produce uniform diamond point diamond tip.

BACK STAY

  1. A supporting cable that prevents a more or less vertical object from falling forward.
  2. A spring used to keep together the cutting edges of purchase shears.
  3. A rod that runs from either end of a carriage's rear axle to the reach.
  4. A leather strip that covers and strengthens a shoe's back seam.

MOUSETRAP

A cylindrical fishing tool having the open bottom end fitted with an inward opening valve.

EXTRUSION

A process in which a hot or cold semisoft solid material, such as metal or plastic, is forced through the orifice of a die to produce a continuously formed piece in the shape of the desired product.

EXTRUDATE

Ductile metal, plastic, or other semisoft solid material that has been shaped into a continuous form (such as fiber, film, pipe, or wire coating) by forcing the semisolid material through a die opening of appropriate shape.

CLEVIS PIN

A headed rod with holed end to accept a split pin, used as a shackle bolt or similar.

BIG END BEARING

A bearing at the larger (crankshaft) end of a connecting rod in an engine.
The bearings are made of cast steel and each consist of an upper and lower part secured to the connecting rod by means of fitting bolts, the nuts of which are secured. Compression shims are provided between the bottom end bearing and the palm of the connecting rod.
The bearings have white metal bearing surfaces provided with lubrication grooves for the necessary supply of lubricating and cooling oil. Shims of different thickness are inserted between the shells to enable adjustment of the bearing clearances (approx. 0.20-0.30mm).

PERCUSSION DRILL

A drilling machine usually using compressed air to drive a piston that delivers a series of impacts to the shank end of a drill rod or steel and attached bit.

BOTTOM END BEARING

A bearing at the larger (crankshaft) end of a connecting rod in an engine.
Made of cast steel and each consist of an upper and lower part secured to the connecting rod by means of fitting bolts, the nuts of which are secured. Compression shims are provided between the bottom end bearing and the palm of the connecting rod.
The bearings have white metal bearing surfaces provided with lubrication grooves for the necessary supply of lubricating and cooling oil. Shims of different thickness are inserted between the shells to enable adjustment of the bearing clearances (approx. 0.20-0.30mm).

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