throat depth

throat depth

[′thrōt ‚depth]
(metallurgy)
The distance from the center line of the electrodes or platens of a resistance welding machine to the nearest point of interference for flat work.
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It features a large work area with 180 mm throat depth.
Increased throat depth, long-stroke capability, and stroke adjustability make this unit more versatile for printing on larger parts.
It has an 18" throat depth and can permanently install self-clinching nuts, studs, and standoffs in steel using fastener sizes up to 3/8" and M2 through M10.
The MTR 160 with the shear jaw set delivers 2,100 tons of force and has a 42-inch jaw opening and a 42-inch throat depth.
The MTR 160 Cracker/Crusher set opens 73 inches and has a throat depth of 50 1/2 inches.
The press features a newly designed base casting with integrated column hub, CNC precision-machined components, THK rails and bearings, increased throat depth, and increased column diameter and wall thickness.
The press is designed with a 24" / 61cm throat depth, runs at unprecedented cycle rates, can realize a ram force up to 16,000 lbs.
The cracker/crusher jaw set opens 73 inches and has a throat depth of 50 1/2 inches
A linear guide-rail pad-slide mechanism is said to promote smooth and quiet operation, and a pad ram that moves in the y axis provides extended throat depth and promotes operator safety.
The Model 1500 H/30 machine has a 60" (1500mm) throat depth, a 60" (1500mm) X-axis, and a table size of 60" x 100" (1500mm by 2600mm).
The new model #4 features a throat depth of 16" allowing both internal and external cutting of sheet metal and plastics up to an increased 3/16" capacity.