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side plates

[′sīd ‚plāts]
(mining engineering)
In timbering, where both a cap and a sill are used, and the posts act as spreaders, the cap and the sill are termed side plates.
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The X16 is unique in appearance and operation, with its wide-open side plates and use of standard arrows and nocks rather than shorter crossbow bolts.
A beam to column joint model shown in Figure 1 is composed of two glued laminated lumbers (cross section, 100 by 270 mm) that were connected to each other by steel side plates of 4 mm thickness.
With side plates that run from headshaft to tracks, the unit has exceptional frame strength.
Other options include hydraulically operated side plates, upper conveyor cover, an auxiliary rotor drive and a high pressure washdown system.
The side lock action has two independent, detachable firing mechanisms mounted on side plates inletted into the stock and mated with the receiver.
Next is the LP Matador Puerto Rican Flag Quinto, an 11" wood drum with a Siam oak shell, 5/16" tuning rods, unique side plates, and Matador Soft Strike Rims for ease of playing.
This sealing is achieved with the aid of an innovative design featuring side plates that are integrated with the tops and bottoms of the housings.
Accessorise the table with brilliantly coloured glasses and charger plates or side plates featuring fashionable florals.
The range includes mugs, dinner plates, side plates, rice bowls and costs from pounds 1.
The linear vibrating movement is obtained with a unique patented solution by locating the vibrators on the side plates with the counterweight shaft parallel to the side plate and inclined at 45[degrees] from the horizontal plane.
The crossbars of the carrier feature a T-shaped design to lock into side plates for connective solidity.