guide pin

guide pin

[′gīd ‚pin]
(engineering)
A pin used to line up a tool or die with the work.
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It takes only two bolts, in conjunction with a guide pin, to hook the two together.
The base of the measuring ruler arm fits over the guide pin (Fig.
Series 20 valve models H21 and H24 have a redesigned guide pin that provides high sealing ability at a lower cost.
Tenders are invited for Traction Sleeve With Guide Pin Drg No:- Wd-82064-S-03-Rc, Alt-7,Item No-3 And 1.
In reality, however, the combination square has six pieces, including the main body, the slide ruler, the guide pin, the adjustment knob, the spring, and the scribe (see accompanying photo).
Based on that success, Vaughn standardized the corkscrew milling method and Ingersoll tooling for all guide pin holes as well as all holes larger than 2-1/2" in the die patterns themselves.
8220;The EKRA E4 also uses lasers to guide pin placement for double-sided printed circuit boards,” said Tran.
A guide pin ensures correct mating of the Autocoupler's halves.
Using these, the lines in the floor, and a guide pin as locators, the unit is lowered into place, where it drills 16 mounting holes simultaneously.
Based on that success, Vaughn standardized on the corkscrew milling method and Ingersoll tooling for all guide pin holes as well as all holes over 2.