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headstock

[′hed ‚stäk]
(mechanical engineering)
The device on a lathe for carrying the revolving spindle.
The movable head of certain measuring machines.
The device on a cylindrical grinding machine for rotating the work.
Also known as workhead.

headstock

A supporting beam for a church bell.
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The second station proceeds likewise: advance microfinishing arm slide, close microfinish arms, GBQ microfinish with Size Control two pins, three mains, open microfinish arms, return arm slide and index film, return headstock and tailstock, and microfinish the remaining two pins and three mains.
This paper mainly adopted proactive control methods to optimize the thermal performance and reconstruct the headstock of a vertical machining center.
It combines a headstock and remotely-operated powered gates that control the cow and minimise the risk from crushing and kicking.
I would advise people to record the engine number and the frame number, usually 17 digits long which can be found at the front of the bike on the headstock, the location can vary for quad bikes.
9 in and has a load capacity of 5,500 lb), it is important that the structure is sufficiently robust, which is why this machine was designed using finite element analysis, and features box ways that are also Turcite-B coated and hand scraped, as well as having a headstock design that is built to perform (the VMC has a heavy-duty, two-speed gear-type headstock).
Keith Bradshaw is also a limited partner in Alchemy, with a portfolio of more than 25 varied venture capital investments, and also Laney Headstock, which produces a range of musical instruments and sound reinforcement products, and has recently taken virtually all production offshore to China.
The headstock is usually the most complicate part of the machine tool.
He's already built two shafts, a headstock tower where men and ironstone were wound up and down from the mine, plus subterranean mine workings and a narrow gauge railed tramway leading to a tippler staith, where tubs of ironstone from the mine were tipped into carts below.
The three-turret machine has a small floor footprint, and is targeted to handle fixed headstock work often run on Swiss-type machines.
Taken was a Fender Jazz Bass Special bass guitar, described as a silver and green body with black headstock, worth pounds 420, an SGC Nanyo Bass Collection guitar in red worth pounds 140, a Behringer mixer in silver worth pounds 150, a Numark Dimension 4 amplifier worth pounds 200, a Peavey Feedback Eliminator worth pounds 100, a Marshall Bass DBS 7400 amplifier worth pounds 350, a Celestion QX-153 speaker worth pounds 50, plus two metal cases (one black and one silver) and a blue plastic box of cables, guitar leads, tuner, tools and four-way blocks worth pounds 150.
Tornos was established in 1914 and its main products are automatic, single-spindle sliding headstock lathes and automatic multispindle lathes.
The headstock can be rotated 360[degrees] and positioned anywhere along the bed.