center rail

center rail

The horizontal door rail which separates the upper and lower panels of a recessed panel-type door; usually located at lock height.
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So the center rail shape should be a curve and it necessarily infiltrates the interior package.
Other technology-rich features include electric operated front bench seat on a center rail, electric opening doors, LED lighting, lack of gearshift (command with touches next to the steering).
To prevent warpage and twisting on large parts (over 48-inch height and 24-inch width) split typical raised panel doors into two panels divided by a center rail or stile.
Passengers check in at city center rail terminals and their bags are loaded into containers that travel in dedicated rail cars.
The axial forces acting on the top and bottom center rail were 278 and 372 pounds, respectively.
In addition, the larger cross-section side rails are made from thinner gauge steel but supplemented by a new center rail and a side-sill extension that is formed via draw-press molding to eliminate the former design's seam and add rigidity.
Lead-free reflow requires higher temperatures, sometimes center rail support and precise control of material processing; we tend to recommend buying new equipment over used.
He landed a 5-0 grind but fell twice trying a pair of backslides off the center rail.
A fixed center rail provides two workholding surfaces.
The transport vehicle must cross Hopkins International Airport runways on its route from NASA property to the IX Center rail hub, where the nearly two-story high transformer will be welded onto a rail car and delivered to Philadelphia.

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