eyebolt


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eyebolt

[′ī‚bōlt]
(design engineering)
A bolt with a loop at one end.

eyebolt

eyebolt
A bolt having its head in the form of a loop or eye.
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s] of the two sections in response to the application of force (F) at the eyebolt are given by Equation 1 [27]--
Materials: 1 4-foot long 1-by-3-inch cedar board 1 12-inch square section of window screen 8 1 1/2-inch wood screws 2 36-inch-long pieces of film twine, leather, or nylon boot ties 4 1/4-inch eyebolts Copper upholstery tacks Directions: 1.
The Dacron strap was secured to an eyebolt on the load cell of the testing machine.
TASS is involved in the installation and maintenance of safety eyebolt systems, cradles and ladder tie systems.
Cut pieces of redwood for the roof and attach, If the tweeter will hang, find the balance point at the center of the roof and drill a hole big enough to accommodate speaker wire and an eyebolt.
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drill a second set of holes when the window is open (not very wide) and insert a nail or eyebolt.
Electro-Voice Mb100 Eyebolt Extension Kit Part # MB100
John Deere Turf Care received an honorable mention with its Mid-Z Eyebolt entry.
An eyebolt is also provided to pull the packer for long runs or multiple bends.
The seat frame and backrest were entirely supported by the load cells through a ball-joint eyebolt.
The tendon was attached to the load cell of the machine with a Dacron cord through the tendon loop and an eyebolt.