arbor press

arbor press

[′är·bər ‚pres]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine used for forcing an arbor or a mandrel into drilled or bored parts preparatory to turning or grinding. Also known as mandrel press.
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These two-die sets can be used with either a mallet or arbor press to produce incredibly precise cartridges.
It's an arbor press that we tricked out a bit, and when lowered Into the mouth of a can of juice or soda, it widens It Then I Insert a miniature bottle of booze, straw, and a garnish or two, and voila.
The test method used copper wire hot-dipped in molten alloy, cooled, and bent into a U-shape with a forming die on an arbor press (FIGURE 1).
Using an arbor press, they attached nuts made in a 3D printer to the cartridges and pressed a bolt through the steel backing and the brass hoop and into the nut, securing all the pieces together.
I think Table 2 (Tools and Test Equipment) needs to be updated because the NSNs for Item 17, the arbor press (gauge); Item 71, chemical oil protection gloves; and Item 125, refrigerant reclaimer, aren't good.
An analog scenario that is common in many manufacturing environments is when an arbor press is used to apply a compressive force onto a specimen, like when a widget is crushed to test its strength.
Malone, a Michigan native, started his career at Advance's Grand Rapids Press and was later with the Bay City Times and the late Ann Arbor Press, where he was editor from 1983-1988.
Nowhere in the article did it tell a good way to crack those tasty nuts so I am attaching a picture of the 1/2-ton arbor press with a concave bowl on the bottom which we use.
Broaches are the push-type and can be used with any hand-operate arbor press or hydraulic press with adequate throat opening.
Earlier this year, Sleeping Bear sold its Ann Arbor Press imprint to John Wiley & Sons (New York), including 50 titles in turfgrass management and golf course design.