wire wrapping

wire wrapping

A high-tensile wire which is wound, under tension, around concrete tension-resisting structural components, circular concrete walls, and the like.
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Tenders are invited for Supply Of Fully Automated Wire Wrapping Machine
There is also steel wire wrapping to protect air line, and an easy-to-operate foot pedal.
There are two of them in my knee - with a metal wire wrapping up the pins to keep the kneecap together.
Participants learn basic jewelry making, wire wrapping and stringing techniques.
A guide to gemstones accompanies instructions on wire wrapping and color photos of everything from rings to earrings in a presentation packed with delightful project options.
These indicators are supplied with straight terminals for wire wrapping or lead wires for soldering.
TSgt Campbell was observing Aft Optical Bench (AOB) maintenance in the Airborne Laser clean room when he noticed that current wire wrapping and securing did not appear to meet Air Force and contractor standards.
There were lapidary demonstrations of stone mounting, cutting and wire wrapping, along with fluorescent minerals and free specimens for the kids.
While this type of construction is fine for exterior surfaces, because it was an interior wall submersed in water, it ran a high risk of allowing seepage through the outer shotcrete surface, thereby exposing the wire wrapping to chloride infiltration and electrochemical corrosion, jeopardizing the integrity of the wall.
Bently's collection features King Tutankhamen's iconic scarab motif and a silver wire wrapping jewelry technique from the later era of Cleopatra.
Basic jewelry making, wire wrapping and stringing techniques will be taught at a workshop lead by Dee Lund from The Bead Addiction from 2 p.
Wire Wrapping A plate of glass fiber-reinforced epoxy with conductive sockets glued to it, and each socket has a square post.