drag bit

drag bit

[′drag ‚bit]
(design engineering)
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
A mediocre drag bit and two salacious women in sombreros and black patent slickers are particularly unnecessary.
Cutterhead has optional rock disc cutters or pivoting drag bits, both rear loaded for possible replacement underground.
Cutterheads for mixed ground feature rip per teeth, drag bits, or cutters with 2-row tungsten carbide bits.
Cutterheads for mixed ground feature ripper teeth, drag bits, or cutters with two rows of tungsten carbide bits.
Generally, they allow you to drag bits (called loops) of self-contained music sampled from various instruments onto a grid that functions as the program's tablature.
Black Dragon is also exploring the use of blade type drag bits for deeper drilling as well as downhole motor drilling technology.
Microtunneling machines (MTBMs) are often the first-choice for longer bore lengths; however, most MTBMs use tungsten carbide drag bits on the cutting head, which are highly inefficient in hard rock.