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collet

[käl·ət]
(design engineering)
A split, coned sleeve to hold small, circular tools or work in the nose of a lathe or other type of machine.
(engineering)
The glass neck remaining on a bottle after it is taken off the glass-blowing iron.
Pieces of glass, ordinarily discarded, that are added to a batch of glass. Also spelled cullet.
(horology)
A small, friction-tight collar on a balance staff which holds the inner end of a balance spring.
(lapidary)
The small, horizontal face at the bottom of a brilliant-cut gemstone.
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Be certain that the strikes have not dislodged the collet from the cartridge case rim.
The challenge for airlines would be to diversify funding sources as growth comes back to the aviation industry," said Collet.
The basic puller costs about as much as an impact puller, but then you've got to buy a collet costing around 10 to 12 bucks for every caliber of bullet you reload.
Collet said France would feel stressed during its game against Turkey, but hoped it would be a good game for his team.
In its compressed state, the collet can then be inserted into the collet chuck, where the hooks on the rear of the collet segments become axially aligned with a retaining groove in the chuck.
One of the advantages of the indexer is the collet-ready spindle that lets us use our existing supply of collet type workholding," Langlois says.
Collet isn't as worried about a re-fuelling infrastructure for hydrogen as she is about problems closer to home, "The thing about breaking boundaries and categories is that every single element of your product, from the business plan on down, is new," she says.
I believe we have 14 foreign language Oscar submissions,'' notes Collet.
A new line of DR (ER) 32 "Shorty" collet chucks is for tool shank diameters from 0.
Along with the name changes comes a new single management structure which will be headed by Divisional Managing Director, Mark Collet.
Out of the saddle to grind out the final yards to the top, cyclist Jon Collet, 19, finishes a climb to the parking lot atop Skinner Butte.
Economical 5C pull-back style collet closers are offered with threaded nose.