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knurl

, nurl
a small ridge, esp one of a series providing a rough surface that can be gripped

knurl

[nərl]
(engineering)
To provide a surface, usually a metal, with small ridges or knobs to ensure a firm grip or as a decorative feature.

knur, knurl

A knot or burl, 1 in wood.
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For best results, vary the type of knurl depending on the type of lidding and web width.
The knurl head is aligned with respect to bench of the machine, the axis of the knurl head alignment points being perpendicular on the displacement direction X and parallel with the bench mirror.
Pre-forming dimensions are purposely made smaller than the required finished size to accommodate the outward displacement or material flow generated by the penetration of knurl teeth into the part.
The final step was to knurl the thumb spurs, but how?
That's because we can be working both ends of the part simultaneously; we can drill, form an OD, and knurl an OD at the same time.
In addition, the mini closure was designed to help beverage bottlers build brand equity with an easy opening closure offering using Alcoa CSI's "sure grip" knurl, specifically designed for this closure," commented Javier Espagnol, Director of Marketing at Alcoa CSI Mexico and Central America.
Design features include an integrated nylon (non-metallic) locking element to prevent loosening of mating threaded hardware; a broaching knurl to create a firm, interference-type fit resistant to rotation; and a shoulder to act as a positive stop during the installation process.
Pressed into the hole in the, plastic capsule, the knurl would upset the plastic sufficiently to ensure that the brass rods would stay put during ultrasonic welding.
The rugged aerospace grade aluminum construction with double O-ring water protection and 1" knurl body delivers a 70 lumens beam.
A diamond-back knurl allows more torque to be applied, and an integrated hexagonal section enables the use of a wrench or crow's foot for even more torque.
A flat punch and anvil are engaged to squeeze the fastener with sufficient force so that the tips of the projecting knurl teeth are embedded and the inside shoulder of the knurl contacts the board.
A serrated clinching ring, knurl, ribs, or hex head prevents the fastener from rotating in the metal when tightening torque is applied to-mating hardware.