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drawbar

[′drȯ‚bär]
(engineering)
A bar used to connect a tender to a steam locomotive.
A beam across the rear of a tractor for coupling machines or other loads.
A clay block submerged in a glass-making furnace to define the point at which sheet glass is drawn.
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Drawbar torque generally needs not exceed 30 ft lb unless extreme machining conditions are expected.
Inspect and replace the drawbar and collet as needed.
Unclamp units are used to unclamp the power drawbar.
It is essential that the technology of the drawbar holding the tools ensures the highest level of precision.
Typically, drawbar systems are built to be modular.
The delivrery of coupler drawbars will be staggered over 3 years in accordance with the planning of maintenance of our vehicles.
Contract notice: coupler drawbar replacement on eurotunnel shuttles coupling system.
Taking into account that the drawbar runs through the spindle, it would be impossible to dismantle the spindle for inspection and still perform a thorough PM in a timely manner.
The remaining pressure (when a tool is in the spindle) is controlled by a nut threaded to the drawbar or spindle shaft.