T-plate


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T-plate

A flat metal plate in the shape of a T; used to join two timbers, one of which butts against the other, or to strengthen a joint.
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The T-plate I sampled will set you back pounds 17,000, and a split new version tops the pounds 20,000 mark.
Each T-plate fixture has an integral locating pin on each side.
Each of the seven participants in the study was given identical casting blueprints of T-plate castings and encouraged to focus on the capability of the software to assess the shrinkage tendency of the casting.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply of Titanium T-plate small
Two grand buys you a T-plate EX with sensible miles.
0 TS model on a T-plate or pounds 9,200 for a 2000 X-reg 2.
A 99 T-plate TDi SE five-door with 40,000 miles, will average around pounds 7100 at auction.
0 VVTi S on a 1999 T-plate with power steering, central locking, twin airbags, electric front windows and 40,000 miles on the clock.
So, previously it would have cost you the thick end of 16 grand to put a Beetle on your drive, but today pounds 8500 is nearer the mark for a mint edition 115bhp two-litre left-hand drive model on a T-plate.
The scratch-proof T-Plate coating on the lenses protect against any use and cleaning procedures.
But the T-plate which came out in March caused a distortion as large numbers of cars returned to the market as part-exchanges alongside leasing, contract hire and rental company disposals.
A 00-year Toyota Prius with only 50k on the clock is selling for pounds 3,500; Early T-plate S-Types are changing hands for pounds 2,000