friction fit

friction fit

[′frik·shən ‚fit]
(design engineering)
A perfect fit between two parts.
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The holster is formed so snugly around the gun, bulk is reduced to the minimum and a tight friction fit results.
PHMSA Investigation of Friction Fit Cans for Air Mode;
The solution supports ATLANTIS abutments for cement- and screw-retained restorations as well as the ATLANTIS Conus Abutments custom for friction fit, removable restorations.
The insulation creates a friction fit and holds everything in place without fasteners.
If you don't do this, you are often relying on just a tight friction fit between the tenon and the slide to hold the front sight on the slide.
A seasoned CCW permit holder will want more-rigid leather material and a confidence-inspiring friction fit.
The suede on these designs has a sort of friction fit to your skin, keeping the weight of the gun supported by your body rather than the belt, so your pants don't go south.
Zimmer s proprietary Trabecular Metal Technology is designed to provide optimal porosity and a friction fit for the implant into the glenoid bone, while supporting biologic ingrowth.
Further, they were the only ones that use a combination of suction cups and friction fit design to help keep them in place.
The Prism high-speed microcentrifuge's friction fit lid latching system combines reliability and safety with easy operation.
Peening involves hitting the part until it is longer and producing a tighter friction fit.
Sizes include 8-, 20-, 40- and 100ml with matching friction fit closures.