drive fit

drive fit

[‚drīv ‚fit]
(design engineering)
A fit in which the larger (male) part is pressed into a smaller (female) part; the assembly must be effected through the application of an external force.
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Dave Stidolph said the latest funding would help drive Fit Guru's "huge" potential.
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Both the 2TB and 3TB drive fit into a compact space, and are designed to fit perfectly at the base of your Mac's monitor.
But Lawrence's goal was out of this world - a glorious angled drive fit to win any game.
Tor Sturgis took the training honours, for having her charge Park Drive fit and well enough to win after a 905-day break through injury
The barrel retaining pin is a tight drive fit (as it should be) and is also stab-crimped in three places to make it resistant to loosening.
The presentation highlighted Qatar's vision of making personalised medicine a reality and how the overall drive fits within the broader national health strategy.
The drive fits the growing presence of Chinese investors in projects throughout the sultanate, like Duqm in central Oman.
Their enthusiasm, passion and drive fits perfectly with our business ethos.
With its light weight and compact size, the drive fits easily in a bag or purse.
Gates Carbon Drive fits perfectly with BMC's image of precision Swiss engineering and high performance.
25 TB (256 GB) laptop SSD drive fits in the same form factor, uses less power, and can deliver over twice the bandwidth, plus a whopping 400x improvement in random access performance, or 80,000 IOPS.