swivel head

swivel head

[′swiv·əl ‚hed]
(mechanical engineering)
The assembly of a spindle, chuck, feed nut, and feed gears on a diamond-drill machine that surrounds, rotates, and advances the drill rods and drilling stem; on a hydraulic-feed drill the feed gears are replaced by a hydraulically actuated piston assembly.
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The Hamburg water intends to award the execution of channel inspection work and inspection and cleaning of connecting cables in swivel head technology (satellite technology) as a framework agreement.
In the interests of research, I asked Mrs S to give her legs the once over and she said the swivel head was much comfier getting round her knees.
The 180[degrees] swivel head helps you twist and turn around furniture with ease.
Multifunction light - These versatile lights cast a wide glow for highlighting buildings, trees and pathways and allow for a custom look for any setting with the 140-degree swivel head.
Providing maximum performance with minimal effort its swivel head glides under furniture and beds.
The lights feature a swivel head for controlled lighting direction and an integral driver that eliminates the need for an external power source.
Back and shoulder strain is reduced with the light-weight construction; the swivel head either moves freely or is locked into position.
The cleaning's done by a washable microfibre pad which attaches to the mop's 180[bar] swivel head.
It's designed with a swivel head, which makes it easily maneu-verable around furniture.
It's designed with a swivel head that makes it easily maneuverable around furniture.
It consists of a linear-drive robot with one high-speed swivel head that approaches the mold from the side to place labels in the cavities.
It would have a swivel head attached to a Titanium pistol-grip housing for widespread magic dispersal.