conical point

conical point

[′kän·ə·kəl ′pȯint]
References in classic literature ?
This, I believe, is the bottom of a most delicate, colourless sac, composed of a pulpy substance, which lines the exterior case, but does not extend within the extreme conical points.
Servometer, Cedar Grove, NJ, customized their bellows with a stiff conical point at one end.
Although he has resisted all attempts to identify his work with arte povera or Pop, Mochetti has exhibited objects including a reproduction of the conical point of Lockheed's F-104 Star fighter and an image of the Nazis' Natter rocket.
The protrusion-type defects were fabricated using a specially designed defect with an effective 3/8-inch diameter and conical point with a 120-degree included angle.