straightness


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In addition, all of the above mentioned researches are under the assumption that the axial direction of the journal bearing is ideally straight (that is, the straightness amplitude is zero), and so the effect caused by the existence of straightness is neglected.
With a grain weight tolerance of +/-1 grain and straightness tolerance of .
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One of the most important machine requirements for the firearms industry is a high pressure coolant delivery system to help evacuate chips generated during hole drilling, which is critical to successful drilling as failing to do so may cause "walking", affecting hole straightness, and the finish.
003-inch straightness rating rounds out this snazzy new arrow.
Tower Rock Quarry was very pleased with its higher production and lower operating cost--all while achieving similar hole straightness.
And we have seen other M203s whose quick-disconnect bracket was so tight that the host weapon's barrel straightness gage couldn't pass through.
The device also features ultra-high Z-Axis column straightness (0.
15 -- LEVALIGN EXPERT has provided an accurate and easy to use method for the measurement of flatness and straightness of machine bases and foundations, split machine casings, as well as flatness and parallelism of circular, rectangular and odd-shaped flanges.
The servo stroking system allows auto-dwell in any part of the bore to automatically correct any straightness issues.
Executives said the straightening cell enables Richards to ensure customers' straightness specifications.
2 grains per inch and straightness tolerance is an impressive plus/minus .