dovetail


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dovetail

dovetail, 2
dovetail, 1
1. A splayed tenon, shaped like a dove’s tail, broader at its end than at its base.
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Cutting well-fit dovetails isn't rocket science, but there are a few ways to make the job easier, and more accurate.
The Dovetail payment solution will provide Hellenic Bank with the agility and flexibility required to enhance customer offerings, enabling them to add new functionalities as the market evolves, while ensuring the operational resilience essential for payments.
Fiserv has said that it has acquired payments and liquidity management firm, Dovetail.
Dovetail payments platform provides the foundation for Fiserv to offer financial institutions a broader range of solutions and services.
Martin Coen, CEO, Dovetail, said, "Joining Fiserv should dramatically accelerate our strategy to provide broad access to our payments platform and services, and to unlock greater value for financial institutions as they seek to modernize their payments infrastructure to support a real-time, digital experience for their customers.
Dovetail said joining Fiserv should accelerate the company's strategy to provide broad access to its payments platform and services, and to unlock greater value for financial institutions as they seek to modernise their payments infrastructure to support a real-time, digital experience for customers.
The company said a large US bank has signed an agreement for Dovetail to replace its current legacy vendor solution.
A financial technology innovator, Dovetail made the decision to relocate to a new office facility that would meet their needs for a first class working and technology environment and their continued growth.
The addition of Dovetail is part of Marsh's global strategy to provide expanded services to the small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) segment," said John Drzik president of Global Risk & Specialties at Marsh.
I could cut a dovetail in the sight base and put in a Marble's front sight blade or cut a groove parallel with the bore, insert a blade sight, and pin it in place.
After all, if the sight is too large to fit the existing dovetail they always figure a bigger hammer will do the business
If you'd love to be able to create dovetail joints but don't have the patience to learn to do it by hand or the money to buy those crazy-expensive dovetail jigs, this Pins & Tails Through Dovetail Template is your answer.